That section is in your xorg.conf section. Your keyboard wouldn't work at all without it. Please check again.
My apologies, it was there. Yesterday i was a bit tired...
I have configured it and now i have 3 languages. Fellows from chat room helped me so much. Guided me a lot.
Choose a Linux distribution that has easy to use internationalization and localization. This is still a major weakness for Vector Linux.
My advice (which people will hate me for giving) is that Vector Linux is the wrong distribution for you. Xubuntu would be much easier.
You know i just received same kind of advice yesterday and in 2 hours Xuuntu was up and running on my machine, while Vector was down and deleted.
I started looking for easier solutions in Xubuntu for those tasks i had in Vector.
My opinion is Xubuntu is not more friendly than Vector, it my newbie experience.
And besides, Xubuntu gave me even more surprises than Vector. For example Firefox just did not want to install flash and java plugins, giving me the choice to install them manually.
In Vector i have 3 browsers, with spell checking, flash and java working nicely.
I also love Vector for its faster performance and pleasant face.
Actually if there ware no those guys in chat room I'd leave Vector. They gave me new hope.
There are much more pros for Vector against Xubuntu, but its not Vector vs. Xubuntu thread.
I think i will stick to Vector until i will become expert in Linux distro installation and configuration.