9to5Linux reports:

KDE-focused and Arch Linux-inspired independent distribution KaOS Linux celebrates today 10 years of existence with a new stable ISO release that brings some of the latest GNU/Linux technologies and a preview of the upcoming KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment.

Yes, you’re reading it right, KaOS is one of the very first GNU/Linux distributions to offer you a live ISO image with a pre-release version of the KDE Plasma 6 desktop, which, of course, is compiled against the latest Qt 6 open-source application framework…

Since this is a special ISO release, the devs also added an option to play music during the installation process.

“KaOS uses the Systemd-provided Systemd-boot for UEFI installs,” according to the release notes.