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Thread: Wayland not listed by the login manager after installing OS

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    Default Re: Wayland not listed by the login manager after installing OS

    Hi
    GNOME=Wayland as indicated in previous post, it does not explicitly say Wayland as that is the openSUSE GNOME Default.....
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    Default Re: Wayland not listed by the login manager after installing OS

    Quote Originally Posted by devmahdish View Post
    wayland isn't listed by the [GDM] login manager.
    I have my Nvidia graphics card driver up to date.
    DE: "GNOME 40.0"
    GDM explicitly disables Wayland with nvidia. See /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/61-gdm.rules

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    Problem solved by installing KDE and using sddm as the default display manager.
    I can now choose Gnome x11 or Gnome Wayland or Gnome on Xorg by the login options.

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    Default Re: Wayland not listed by the login manager after installing OS

    Quote Originally Posted by devmahdish View Post
    Problem solved by installing KDE and using sddm as the default display manager.
    I can now choose Gnome x11 or Gnome Wayland or Gnome on Xorg by the login options.
    Thanks for the update! Well done.
    openSUSE Leap 15.3; KDE Plasma 5

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