• February 24, 2015 - KaOS ISO 2015.02 - KaOS is very proud to announce the availability of the February release of a new stable ISO. This release brings the end of KDE 4 as the default Desktop Environment for KaOS. Almost ten months ago work started to fully migrate to a Frameworks 5, Plasma 5 based distribution and with the release of... More →
  • February 23, 2015 - Kf5 move, KDE 4 removed - Anyone slightly familiar with KaOS knows this announcement was coming. - Tomorrow, February 24th, this full move will take place. This will mean the end of the KDE 4 desktop for KaOS. All parts of the KDE 4 desktop will be fully replaced by Plasma 5. - What does this mean for KaOS users? - With... More →
  • February 10, 2015 - Early February ’15 Status - This time a short News post. - So much work is happening in the background not visible to the regular that it doesn't make sense to expand too much on that. - KDE 4 was updated to KDE Applications 14.12.2, which included lts version of 4.14 and 4.11 based kdelibs, pim packages & kde-workspace. This... More →
  • January 26, 2015 - kf5 ISO 2015.01.25 a Release Candidate? - Since May last year there have been 2-3 monthly snapshot ISOs based on the ongoing work to port all of KaOS to the all new Frameworks 5, Plasma 5 and KDE Applications based on those two. None of these ISOs were ever announced to the public, always kept for internal testing by only just discussing... More →
  • January 13, 2015 - Early January ’15 Status - Quite a lot of news to relay this time. - But first it is needed to place a warning. With your next update a conflict will arise from libspnav. Any user that has either Calligra or freecad installed will have this conflict. Old version of libspnav left an orphaned symlink. When you get the conflict... More →
  • December 24, 2014 - KaOS ISO 2014.12 - KaOS is very proud to announce the availability of the December release of a new stable ISO. This ISO marks two major milestones for this distribution. Since it's inception almost two years ago, a need to be ready for UEFI installs has always been a priority. That was tied though to getting a... More →

A lean KDE Distribution

DVD ISO Creation

dvd-iconDue to the file system used for compressing the KaOS ISO, creating a bootable DVD ISO needs one clear warning. Any burn-speed used above 4x will likely result in an unusable DVD. On virtual all Linux Distributions, this is no issue.

The native Windows ISO burn program does not give you the option to set at 4x. There are several free options available though for Windows, ImgBurn is one of them.