- greetd with gtkgreet as login manager and greeter to login into the system
- waybar as status bar
- Tumbleweed wallpaper
- Sway#wofi as application launcher
- alacritty as default terminal
- mako as notifier
- wob for the sound and brightness indicator
- imv as the image viewer
- mpv as video player
- vifm as ncurses based file manager
OpenSUSEway is for those who:
- need full setup of Sway out of the box
- want all the branding and customization preinstalled
Install from the command line:
sudo zypper in openSUSEway
Install from the browser:
After installation, just run
from the command line, or if there is a login manager that supports wayland sessions, it will be available as the session selection.
greetd as default login manager:
sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target sudo systemctl enable greetd
If you already have Display Manager (GDM, SDDM, LightDM), you would need to disable it first:
sudo systemctl disable display-manager sudo systemctl enable greetd
To re-enable your default Display Manager:
sudo systemctl disable greetd sudo systemctl enable display-manager
openSUSEway is also available in the installer:
- select basic desktop or server
- on the last stage, select Software
- deselect unneeded X and basic icewm if they are selected
- select openSUSEway
openSUSEway customizes standard Sway config and stores it here by default:
If there is a need to slightly modify and add some options, the best way is to create directories in your local
.config directory and add your file there:
mkdir -p ~/.config/sway/config.d/ $EDITOR ~/.config/sway/config.d/my_config_file
Add your changes there, for example:
output eDP-1 scale 1
File `/etc/sway/config` should already have:
if it doesn't just add it.
After config reload changes should be applied.
If there is a need to customize it more, just create your own files under
~/.config/sway/* they have higher priority then those in
/etc/sway/* so local user configuration would be loaded.
openSUSEway installs Environment variables to the
/etc/sway/env to cover both
tty login and
systemd based login managers:
- sway-run.sh script installed to the
/usr/bin/sway-run.shand it is wrapper script to import environment
- desktop file installed to
/usr/share/wayland-sessions/sway.desktopand it points to the. Original file moved to /usr/share/wayland-sessions/sway.desktop.orig
- service file
/usr/lib/systemd/system/sway.serviceto run sway as service and it also has section to import environment from the file
For example there is
QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME=qt5ct that controls QT theme.
openSUSEway forces GTK and QT themes.
GTK is forced in Sway config file 50-openSUSE.conf with
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme 'Adwaita-dark'.
qt5ct.confgot copied to the local user config and would have preference if user reconfigures the theme later.