Maybe I completely missunderstood the differences between X11 and Wayland, but just two questions out of curiosity:
Assumed I want to setup a KDE/Plasma system with strictly Wayland and without any undesirable X11-parts, how to do so?
Using EOS Online Installer, selecting…
xorg-server- (mandatory for Wayland as well as X11, right?)
xorg-init- (mandatory for Wayland as well as X11, right?)
xorg-xrandr- (mandatory for Wayland as well as X11, right?)
… and it’s done? I want the potential Display Manager to only provide Wayland sessions, but not X11 sessions anymore. However, even with limitation to the upper packages installed, I still can select between X11 and Wayland (exactly what I want to avoid).
Why does KDE/Plasma use
SDDMDisplay Manager by default, even knowing that
SDDMis based on X11 instead of Wayland? Wouldn’t
GDMbe a better alternative (because it is also using Wayland)?