Mir 0.1.4

A cross-platform and Open Source display manager for the Ubuntu operating system
Mir is an open source display manager that is designed in such a way that it can provide efficient support for graphics co-processors, developed by Canonical for Ubuntu.

Mir is distributed as both client and server. It is a platform-independent software that runs on Linux, BSD and other UNIX-like platforms. It is also compatible with the Android graphics drivers.

The Mir and XMir products will be distributed by default on upcoming releases of the Ubuntu Linux operating system developed by Canonical.

Mir will replace the X Window System (X.Org) for Ubuntu.

last updated on:
January 13th, 2014, 13:43 GMT
developed by:
Canonical Ltd.
license type:
GPL v3 
ROOT \ System \ Hardware


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Mir - Future versions of Ubuntu will feature Mir display server, which is compatible with Android graphics drivers.
What's New in version 0.1.2
  • graphics: android: improve interface for mga::DisplayDevice so its just concerned with rendering and posting.
  • surfaces: rename "surfaces" component to "scene".
  • surfaces, shell: Migrate Session data model from shell to surfaces.
  • graphics: change fill_ipc_package() to use real pointers.
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