As I tried to tell you. Under no circumstances will I do a full install. Smiley
Yes it is a frugal of std live cd.
My point is that people should be aware of this when you ask a question, because things might be different.
Always point out what version you're using.
why is vector this different? I mean I have tested some 20 linuxes now
and this is one of the most frustrating experience I have had.
If you don't want to do a full install, then you might have problems that arise only for you and other people will not know how to help. As for myself, I don't know how to help you with the swedish keyboard because I've never tried doing a hard drive install of Vector Live.
I'm not trying to convince you to install Vector... I'm just pointing out that you might have previously undiscovered problems.
It's not really Vector Linux that is "different" and "frustrating". The Live Cd isn't meant to be run from a hard drive... it doesn't surprise me that it gives you a hard time saving the settings... It's just a preview CD, so you can check out the SOHO version before buying it, not a version that is supposed to be installed.
I have the iso for the soho for how long can one test that one
without it lock itself? Or does it just change to std or make reminders
but still be soho features? Does that one mount more easy?
Those are things common in proprieatary software. Everything in the SOHO cd is in the repositories, there are no restrictions, reminders, or time limits.
A lot of the problems you're having are probably due to it being the live cd.
By all means, use the Standard or the SOHO versions (frugal install or not).