KaOS, a modern open-source, well-designed KDE-focused Linux distro, has been updated to KaOS Linux 2022.06 and incorporates several bug fixes and security enhancements.
The newest version of KaOS is built on Glibc 2.35, GCC 11.3.0, and Binutils 2.38-based Toolchain. The update also brings theme improvements and includes DBus 1.14.0, Systemd 250.7, Nettle 3.8, and also the kernel moved to 5.17.15.
Changes included in KaOS Linux 2022.06 Update
One of the major highlights of this update is the addition of KDE Plasma 5.25.1 which significantly improves the user experience while switching between windows and workspaces. KaOS users can now see all of the open windows and virtual desktops while using gestures on the touchpad and touchscreens.
Additionally, KDE Frameworks 5.95.0, and KDE Gear 22.04.2 built on Qt 5.15.5 are included in the update.
Furthermore, the latest version of KaOS includes Calamares 3.3 branch tuned for enhanced KPMCore integration and LUKS support. The update also allows users to install an encrypted system with an unencrypted boot partition.
Meanwhile, users can download KaOS Linux 2022.06 from the following link:
Subscribe to our newsletter today for hot and trending Linux News updates from prominent tech industries.