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Fedora 25 is not using wayland

I'm using a stock Intel graphics, so it's not related to double GPU or nvidia drivers. (What I've seen as the cause of "fedora is falling back to x11.)

Is there a script I can run that explains why it is falling back to x11? I have another issue with resuming from suspend (the screen stays black, although the keyboard is lightening up), and I wanted to see if switching to wayland fixed it.

Fedora 25 is not using wayland

I'm using a stock Intel graphics, graphics (Intel HD Graphis 630), so it's not related to double GPU or nvidia drivers. (What I've seen as the cause of "fedora is falling back to x11.)x11".)

Is there a script I can run that explains why it is falling back to x11? I have another issue with resuming from suspend (the screen stays black, although the keyboard is lightening up), and I wanted to see if switching to wayland fixed it.

Fedora 25 is not using wayland

I'm using a stock Intel graphics (Intel HD Graphis 630), 630, the CPU is an Intel Core Xeon E3-1505M v6, so it's not related to double GPU or nvidia drivers. (What I've seen as the cause of "fedora is falling back to x11".)

Is there a script I can run that explains why it is falling back to x11? I have another issue with resuming from suspend (the screen stays black, although the keyboard is lightening up), and I wanted to see if switching to wayland fixed it.