After installing Fedora Workstation 34, directly I’m using it for virtual meetings in google chrome. I have problems screen share, then only a blank screen here.
But, in firefox is no problem. Just enabled permission to share the screen in the fedora setting pop up.
So, here I share the solutions to solved the problem:
Edit the GDM Configuration
$ sudo vi /etc/gdm/custom.conf
Edit or add this configuration be like this
Reboot the system and your problem is solved.
Thanks me later
Yes, Wayland still has some quirks. It doesn’t work on my machines likewise.
Happy welcome @andrimuhyidin
This is sort of a big decision.
So basically, if I need to share screen, I need to disable Wayland.
If I need the three finger gesture and the actual blue color in browsers, FYI solved it by disabling Hardware acceleration in the browser(Brave), I need Wayland?
Wayland has a lot to improve. I would love to switch back, Wayland is a big improvement, but it has flaws like this.
New update to this, nowadays the support for Wayland’s way of screenshare is improving, you can go to chrome://flags and search for WebRTC i think, I dont remember clearly, but you can go there and flip that switch, this works for browsers
Next, flatpak apps
Under --enable-feature, there’s an option called WebRTCPipeWireCapturer, I use slack and it works
flatpak run slack --enable-features=WebRTCPipeWireCapturer