These ISOs are RELEASE. Using SVN Revision 2232
They currently contain:
* Wayland Master
* Weston Master
* Wayland enabled Clutter
* Wayland enabled SDL
* Wayland enabled GTK
* Wayland enabled QT
* Wayland enabled EFL/Elementary
* Wayland enabled mplayer
* Wayland enabled gstreamer
* Orbital for Wayland (selectable at login) https://github.com/giucam/orbital
* Hawaii for Wayland (selectable at login) https://github.com/mauios
* KDE Frameworks Wayland programs
* Native Calligra Wayland programs
* Wayland enabled Gnome-shell (selectable at login) *Does not work on Virtualbox, except it can run nested
* A graphical utility for configuring udev for weston multiseat/multi pointer
* A rudimentary but functional Wayland login manager written in Bash, that supports user switching and session selection. Wayland enabled Enlightenment E19 (Only runs in a nested session however)
* SWC tiling Wayland server (use super+enter for terminal, and super+r for dmenu) *Does not work on Virtualbox, and does not run nested. Only tested on Intel (selectable at login) https://github.com/michaelforney/swc
* Menu options to run Gnome Shell Wayland, Enlightenment e19 Wayland, Orbital, SWC, and Hawaii desktops as nested sessions.
More security on KMS supported cards, and will be more secure on FB, once bug https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=73782 is fixed and I remove the setfacls from waylandloginmanager, by relying on udev's UACCESS attribute, instead of global ACLs
Waylandloginmanager's loginmanagerdisplay weston instance, as well as all Zenity dialogs run as the daemom user, instead of root.
Waylandloginmanager has been improved to support entering a custom user name, if it doesn't appear from the user list, the user list shows the real names, the control fifo is write only for a standard user, so that they can't read the FIFO before the loginmanger, and a seperate FIFO for registering session information is root only, so that it can't be filled with fake data.
Waylandloginmanager now handles the cancel button being pressed in the Zenity dialogs
Waylandloginmanager now doesn't allow the user to flood with multiple login/info dialogs open at a time by mistake.
Waylandloginmanager now reads the loginmanager_control FIFO with a maximum read size, so that a local user can't cause it to eat memory and crash by filling it with /dev/zero
The secure /tmp is disabled as it was causing issues with ubiquity