KDE neon Linux VM Images for VirtualBox and VMware

Introduction

KDE neon is a Linux distribution developed by KDE based on the most recent Ubuntu long-term support (LTS) release, bundled with a set of additional software repositories containing the latest 64-bit versions of the Plasma 5 desktop environment/framework, Qt 5 toolkit and other compatible KDE software.

First announced in June 2016 by Kubuntu founder Jonathan Riddell following his departure from Canonical (Ubuntu's parent company), it has been adopted by a steadily growing number of Linux users, regularly appearing in the Top 20 on DistroWatch.com's popularity tables.

It targets the same user demographic as Ubuntu's official KDE Plasma-focused distribution, Kubuntu, differing primarily in the much shorter time-frame for users to receive updated Qt and KDE software. It is offered in four release channels: User, Testing, Unstable and Developer Editions.

Here, we provide ready to use KDE neon VirtualBox and VMware images for urgent requirements. The VirtualBox and VMware images are created in such a way that they are less in size but contains all the standard packages required for instant run.

Screenshots

KDE neon Desktop
KDE neon Desktop
KDE neon Launcher
KDE neon Launcher
KDE neon File Manager
KDE neon File Manager
KDE meon System Settings
KDE meon System Settings
KDE neon Power Options
KDE neon Power Options
## Download Links

KDE neon User(20200326-1117)

VirtualBox Image (Size 2.5 GB)
VMWare Image (Size 2.4GB)

VM images comes pre-installed with VirtualBox Guest Additions / Open VM Tools for better performance.

Important Information

NOTES
SYSTEM DETAILS LOGIN DETAILS

vCPU: 1

RAM: 2GB

DISK: 100GB

  swap : 2GB

  /       : 97GB

Network: Bridged

Username: kdeneon

Password : kdeneon

(to become root, use sudo su -)

How To Use

You can visit our dedicated section on how to import virtual machine images on VirtualBox and VMware Workstation.

Conclusion

Thank you for downloading ready to use KDE neon VM images. Please feel free to share your feedback in the comments section.