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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Just completed the upgrade to Kubuntu 20.04 - everything is running the same in regard to Logos. No issues found with the OS upgrade thus far. Seems the one drawback may be not having access to upgrading Wine, until they add a Focal repository
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Fri, Jan 17 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Have to say.... Having run Logos on Linux now for a while, it is working quite nicely. Still running full 64 Bit across the board, with no indexing issues and very consistent performance. (Kubuntu 19.10, Logos 8.10 RC2, Wine 5.0 RC5 all 64) I've been trying different tweaks to try to find what is causing the printing issue... So far, nothing has worked
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Thu, Jan 16 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hey Nick, I'm not sure on your help card issue. As for the indexer issue, in winecfg I have Logos.exe set to Windows 10 and LogosIndexer.exe set to Windows XP. You have to make sure that winecfg is run in the logos folder, for example 'winecfg /.wine/<name of logos folder>' If you are still getting loop crashe, you may want to back up your data
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Running the latest Wine 64, Logos 64 on Kubuntu 19.10: I have Logos and the indexer set to run on the appropriate versions in winecfg. After clearing out the corrupted index files, as I posted previously, I have been able to have consistent success with indexing completing. This includes twice indexing sequences over the past two days when adding resources
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Well, I updated to Wine 5.0 RC3 as soon as it dropped. I'm running all 64 bit on Kubuntu 19.10 and the only oddity that I have noticed other than the known bugs that are logged was an occasional failed opening of Logos. It does not crash, at least with a pop-up crash notification and clicking the shortcut a second time opens immediately and runs excellently
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Tue, Dec 31 2019
  • Re: Please HELP your fellows Logos Users

    Thank you to all who have voted - we are now in the 30s - if we could get 10 more users to help us out with 3 votes each, we can be in the Top 15 range. This would be a huge benefit to you fellow Logos users who are running Linux. Some may wonder if it is worth the port to Linux - just as a testimonial to how great a job those who have made it possible
    Posted to General by Frank Sauer on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="John Goodman"] [quote user="John Goodman"] Folks can I request that you log on to winehq appdb and go to the page for Logos 8 https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=38306 Once there please vote for it! This may help encourage developer attention etc. Many thanks [/quote] Ok we are on the top 100 list. I want us
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Wed, Dec 25 2019
  • Re: Please HELP your fellows Logos Users

    A BIG thank you to anyone that has voted for your Linux Logos users - we are up to #47 If we can get 34 of our Windows, Mac and Linux brothers and sisters to take a few minutes to go to the link and use their three votes for Logos - we will be in the Top 10 - which helps our awesome team from the forums attain the attention from WineHQ and could lead
    Posted to General by Frank Sauer on Wed, Dec 25 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hopefully this is some good news.... I am running: Kubuntu 19.10 Wine Staging 5.0 RC2 64 Bit Logos 64 Bit The indexer as has been noted was almost instantly crashing and changing the winecfg to Win XP as default nor as Win XP just for LogosIndexer.exe changed nothing - consistent crashes. I decided to dig into the file system of Logos to see if I noticed
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Wed, Dec 25 2019
  • Please HELP your fellows Logos Users

    Dear Logos friends, Many of you will never check in on the Linux thread, so I figured I would post this request for help in the General forum. We have some amazing users who have Logos running quite nicely on Linux through WINE. There are a few remaining bugs that we could use the assistance of the developers of that community to help our team with
    Posted to General by Frank Sauer on Tue, Dec 24 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    When you vote, make sure you tick one of the three check boxes when it asks what application you want to replace. I tried just submitting first, because I had no applications chosen, but the vote did not take. I clicked vote again and clicked one of the check boxes and then submit - the vote immediately registered. I did it twice more, for a total of
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Tue, Dec 24 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Thanks John! That seems to be working. It has crashed once while it was scanning for the copied resources/updating resources action. Otherwise it seems to be setting up fine. This was following Nick's instructions into the wine-logos8 directory
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Mon, Dec 23 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Long story - short... I screwed up the Logos install while messing around with updating Wine to 5.0 RC2. I have all my data backed up - so that is a bonus. However wasta-logos-setup will not work - coming up with errors about the directory not being found. I also did full autoremove of wine and wasta, rebooted then tried from the start. I'm running
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Mon, Dec 23 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I was just reading the Release Notes for the latest Wine 5.0 - it appears that the crash of Logos when set to Win 8/10 has been fixed. Could this allow the errors with audio and printing to be fixed by running under Win 10?
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Sun, Dec 22 2019
  • Re: What are the last 5 books or so you purchased rather than waiting for a FL edition?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] Are you guys mainly buying print (new or used?) or Kindle editions? [/quote] For me it depends on price... I will usually go with the cheapest price, whether paper, ebook or even audio. Not sure these are the 5 most recent but very good anyway: 1 - The Forgotten Trinity - James White (Audible) 2 - Systematic Theology
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Sun, Dec 15 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Yeah Nick, I made sure it was set to XP for the Indexing. It doesn't seem to be like what we were dealing with at first. All search and library functions seem to reflect a fully successful index - yet it wants to keep indexing. I do think I found my problem. When I go through winecfg - it is showing winxp. When I just accessed winecfg through winetricks
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Fri, Dec 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Latest version has been running quite well on Kubuntu 19.10. The past two days, I have run into a strange issue. The indexer seems to want to continually run and winds up crashing after a while. All searches act as though the indexes are fine, but unlike the original index issues with getting up to a certain percent and never being reported as finished
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Thu, Dec 12 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    John, I dropped it from my launcher and so far so good! Opens to the correct layout instead of a blank layout. Haven't noticed anything out of place. Having the layout load fixes one of the two things I was missing from Windows. Now if we could only get the Print function to recognize the printer and print. Thankful for all of you who have puzzled this
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Tue, Dec 3 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Benjamin, you can also navigate to the directory that Taylor referenced. Rename the files located there to .bak and then try to run Logos. If it Logos reloads correctly it should rebuild the library files. I had to manipulate a few of the directories like this during the download of my library. It is an old trick learned from Beta testing days This
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Sun, Dec 1 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    How would this impact a user who has already installed Logos? I remember seeing something about updates potentially breaking the install. Would this mean if the install is ever broken, that we would have to redo everything including downloading our entire libraries again? Or is there a way to just update the wine install with this package to prevent
    Posted to Suggestions by Frank Sauer on Sun, Oct 27 2019
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