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"Canada-based Vector Linux has been around about six years, the original version was a noble attempt to put a friendly face on Slackware and provide a minimalist distro that will run well on old/low spec hardware. Now at version 5.1 it still does that, but there is Vector Linux SoHo Edition too which is more like a 'normal' distro with Gnome, KDE, Open Office etc. Either version can be downloaded from www.vectorlinux.com or bought on CD from the Vector on-line CD store (though I bought mine from www.linuxiso.co.uk) The standard version is only 390MB which makes for a speedy download, the SoHo version is 690MB, still small enough for a single CD-R..."

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