< PlasmaRevision as of 12:42, 19 April 2016 by Riddell (talk | contribs)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Try and install Plasma from a live CD provided by several Linux distributions. Contents 1 Fedora 2 KDE neon 3 Kubuntu 4 openSUSE 5 ALT Linux 6 Slackware Fedora The Fedora KDE Spin comes with Plasma. New minor Plasma versions are pushed as regular updates for Fedora installations but live media may contain a slightly older release (depending on Fedora’s release cycle). Plasma 4 is included in Fedora 21 KDE (maintained until 1 month after the release of Fedora 23). Plasma 5 ships with Fedora 22 and above. KDE neon KDE neon builds Frameworks and Plasma on a continuous integration system for its Developer Edition. You can use the stable version for builds from Plasma/5.x branches or unstable version for builds from master branches. The user edition has builds from released software. http://neon.kde.org/download Kubuntu Kubuntu 15.04 was the first Kubuntu release to offer Plasma 5 as a default. Kubuntu 15.10 supports Plasma 5.5.3 through Backports. Kubuntu CI is a Kubuntu image plus the Kubuntu CI packages using the latest software from Frameworks, Plasma and Applications Git. openSUSE Plasma 4 is included with openSUSE 13.2 openSUSE Tumbleweed ships the latest stable Plasma 5 release. openSUSE Leap ships Plasma 5 but there are no official live media for Leap. But openSUSE Leap based KDE Plasma 5 live images can be found in SUSE Studio Gallery. SUSE Studio Gallery contains various appliances with KDE Plasma desktop. ALT Linux Plasma 4 is included with ALT Linux KDesktop official distribution since 5.0; Weekly updated Regular builds include both KDE4 and KDE5 ones (installable LiveCDs built upon our unstable development branch dubbed Sisyphus). Slackware Alien BOB (Eric Hameleers) provides a Live image for Plasma 5 based on the development tree "slackware64-current". Login/password are both "live". Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Plasma/Live_Images&oldid=62404" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.