michael.dittmer at paradise.net.nz
Sat May 3 12:16:48 NZST 2003
I have found the latest version of Vector 3.2 over at DistroWatch. The ISO
file is 225MB, so should only take a few hours to come down on my Cable
I may hopefully have it at the Installfest tomorrow.
From: wellylug-admin at lists.naos.co.nz
[mailto:wellylug-admin at lists.naos.co.nz]On Behalf Of vincent cox
Sent: Saturday, 3 May 2003 11:22
To: wellylug at lists.naos.co.nz
Subject: Re: [wellylug] vector
Rose McGillicuddy wrote:
>On Friday 02 May 2003 17:08, vincent cox wrote:
>>Rose McGillicuddy wrote:
>>>Possibly not a good time to ask this with installfest on ... but
>>>in my perusals of the linux groups on the net, vector has been mentioned
>>>as a small, user friendly (for newbs) desktop environment. Since that
>>>is all I need, I wondered if anyone else had looked at it? And had
>>>ideas/opinions about it.
>>A good distro for old computers. I had it running on a old Pentium
>>133. Went quite well.
>>It's based on Slackware with a few GUI config tools added to make life a
>I am going to try lycoris as have a spare 2 gig (or so) hard drive. Still
>interested in vector because my system older. Do you have CDs and could we
>do a deal? :-)
I have 2 cd's. Vectors comes out in 2 flavours,
1. Vector 3.2 - this is the one for old comp's
2. Vector 3.2 SOHO this is for a more powerfull computer, I think it
defaults to the KDE desktop.
I can bring them to the next LUG meeting, or if you want me to mail them
to you I can do that. Just need the money for postage and the cd's.
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