RedHat Is Always Pushing Linux Forward

For better or worse RedHat and it’s associated project are usually the ones pushing the Linux desktop forward, whether that’s with Wayland, Pipewire, and much much more

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Aces High by Kevin MacLeod

2 thoughts on “RedHat Is Always Pushing Linux Forward”
  1. Pushing Wayland is great. I have a Nvidia card so I've selected Gnome on Xorg but I'm really happy that we have a company backed by IBM to push for Wayland because I want to have Nvidia pressured to make Wayland work.

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