KaOS 2020.05

KaOS is very proud to announce the availability of the May release of a new stable ISO. This release is unlike the February version, not about many new features, but rather about updates and rebuilds. Most of the base of this distribution has been rebuild on a new GCC 9.3.0, Glibc 2.31 & Binutils 2.34 […]

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KaOS 2020.01

A nice way of starting 2020 is to present to you the January release of a new stable ISO. KaOS For the many changes in this release, two stand out. First one is the addition of signed kernel modules for Linux 5.4. All internal modules are now automatically signed during the kernel build, out of […]

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The policy is, once a first pacman -Syu becomes a major update, it is time for a new ISO so new users are not faced with a difficult first update. Major updates

KaOS 2019.02

It is with great pleasure to present to you a first KaOS ISO for 2019. The policy is, once a first pacman -Syu becomes a major update, it is time for a new ISO so new users are not faced with a difficult first update. Major updates included a move to Python 3.7 (3.7.2), Readline […]

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a first KaOS 2019.02 ISO for 2019. The policy is, once a first pacman -Syu becomes a major update, it is time for a new ISO so new users

KaOS 2019.02 Release

KaOS 2019 Plasma 5.15 is included in this ISO. Highlights of this version include changes to the configuration interfaces, including more options for complex network configurations, integration with third-party technologies like GTK, Wayland now supports virtual desktops, and Firefox 64 can now optionally use native KDE open/save dialogs. a first KaOS 2019.02 ISO for 2019. The […]

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KaOS 2018.06

KaOS 2018.06

KaOS 2018.06 KaOS announces the availability of the June release of a new stable ISO. Just days after Plasma 5.13.1 was announced can you already see it on this new release. Highlights of Plasma 5.13include optimising startup and minimising memory usage, yielding faster time-to-desktop, better runtime performance, and less memory consumption. System Settings with KDE’s Kirigami […]

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