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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I agree with you! The big problem with Vector linux is not support international language.

Vector is a great linux distro really fast. I use this for last 3 years as a third system.
The only thing why Linux Vector n is not my first system is that we cannot translation completly the system.

There is just a partial translation. Ex: Vector KDE version you can just translate your KDE interface but all other software will still be in English.

In summary: if you are not a native English speaker you can not use it. Unless you are perfectly comfortable in English.

I think, this fact is for all systems based on Slackware. International language support at 100% doesn't exist.

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