GNOME supports both X and Wayland sessions. Follow the "Wayland" or "Xorg" sections to setup your preferred environment.
dbus package, ensure the
dbus service is enabled, and reboot for
the changes to take effect.
gnome package for a GNOME environment which includes the base
GNOME desktop and a subset of GNOME applications. Additional applications are
available via the
A minimal GNOME environment can be created by installing the
package. Note, however, that not all GNOME features may be present or
If you require ZeroConf support, install the
package and enable the
gdm package provides the
gdm service for the GNOME Display Manager;
test the service before enabling it.
GDM defaults to providing a Wayland session via the
mutter window manager, but
an X session can be chosen instead.