Kinetic scroll in libinput Xorg driver
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Thu Oct 27 13:44:31 UTC 2016
> On 25 Oct 2016, at 12:08, Peter Hutterer <peter.hutterer at who-t.net> wrote:
> ok, this will be unpopular with the internets, but the times of "I don't want to have a DE" are over. yes, you can still do it. you can run scripts in xinit to set up things, but the vast majority of users will need to/want to have a DE running that takes care of things dynamically. Hardware has moved on since the 80s, so has the functionality we've come to expect. It's not enough anymore to throw a few pieces of metal on the ground and say "here's your car". you can still do it, but you're now talking about a tiny subset of users that want things that way.
> so the case of no DE is niche in X, and effectively non-existent in wayland (because you *need* a compositor).
What is the minimum setup that is possible with Wayland?
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