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Vector Linux 5.8 on 450Mhz K6-2, 256Mb

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In a lot of the same ways I liked Wolvix, I like Vector Linux. On the other hand, there’s enough that’s different that I probably won’t keep it. Part of that might be a sophomore slump having just seen Wolvix in action: It’s a hard act to follow. But there are other reasons I didn’t take to it immediately.

Layoutwise, it’s a pleasant, if unorthodox, rearrangement of the XFCE style.

Start times were comparable to Wolvix, which puts them in the “better than Xubuntu-Zenwalk” category, in my book.

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