Linked by Howard Fosdick on Fri 13th Apr 2012 02:48 UTC
Linux VectorLinux is one of those useful but lesser-known Linux distros. It's been around since 1999 and I've used it since 2006, off and on, in the role of a secondary OS. Now, with the disruptive changes Ubuntu forces on its user base with each new release, I've found myself increasingly attracted to Vector's stability and convenience. This article introduces "VL" to those who may not be familiar with it.
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RE: Vector Linux / Trinity TDE
by lemur2 on Sat 14th Apr 2012 05:24 UTC in reply to "Vector Linux / Trinity TDE"
lemur2
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2007-02-17

The only Linux I will ever consider as a viable desktop is if it came with an option to have Trinity Desktop as a desktop environment. So many editions of Vector and yet not one with TDE and this applies to other distributions too!


Out of date. Trinity Desktop has been well and truly overtaken by KDE4, and desktop applications written for KDE4.

http://dot.kde.org/2012/04/11/first-version-calligra-released

http://www.calligra.org/tour/calligra-suite/office-applications/

http://www.calligra.org/tour/calligra-suite/graphics-applications/

This is where all the current development effort is going. Wake up and smell the coffee.

Edited 2012-04-14 05:25 UTC

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