Hi, I wanted to try gio this week, and after a lot of work getting 
kde-plasma v5.14.3 working on Wayland (Funtoo x86_64), I now have hit the 
same issue here:


"wayland: no xdg_wm_base available"

I'm a newbie to Wayland -- what does this mean and what component needs 


On Wednesday, 3 April 2019 07:51:59 UTC-7, Elias Naur wrote:
> On Monday, April 1, 2019 at 7:18:49 AM UTC+2, Daniel Theophanes wrote:
>> I don't typically run wayland anywhere, but I was interested in this 
>> project and installed wayland and weston from my package manager. However, 
>> it seems my package manager's version of weston (v4.0.0) is too old(?) 
>> because I get the Go error: "wayland: no xdg_wm_base available". Probably 
>> from [here](
>> https://git.sr.ht/~eliasnaur/gio/tree/master/ui/app/os_wayland.go#L1051).
>> Do you have any tips?  Tried googling various terms, but nothing seemed 
>> relevant.
> I'm sorry I missed your question. The precursor "unstable" version of the 
> "xdg_wm_base" is "zxdg_shell_v6", which is supported by weston but not by 
> gio. However, weston is only a reference compositor and is not intended for 
> serious use. On my Fedora 29, the Gnome shell supports xdg_wm_base, but its 
> version of weston (5.0.0) does not.
> What distribution and version are you running? If your distribution 
> supports Wayland in general, you should be able to choose Wayland from the 
> login chooser.
>  - elias

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