Mint 19 will follow Ubuntu in the use of wayland as default session? And can you choose to start the session to use, or will it only hold one of the two sessions?
It seems to me that both XFCE and MATE do not support wayland, and Cinnamon supports it?
For now, wayland is very problematic with root graphical applications such as Synaptic, Gparted, Gdebi (for Ubuntu also Nautilus and Gedit) etc ... to run them on wayland I have to use a workaround , the command
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in startup applications to manage the programs listed on wayland
What will be the direction of Mint 19?