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  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] That's a great idea, and I'd do it if I thought there was even remotely enough interest.*** -- Bob [/quote] Bob, Why not try a pre-pub announcement for a small Linux Logos set of books at a price of $200? You already said you'd do it if there was enough interest. This is a chance to do a real market survey - it a necessary
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Oct 27 2009
  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    There are some fabulous programs on Linux - and contrary to what some think, some are quite costly. Take for example: http://www.supernec.com/price.htm Which costs between $6,000 and $1200 depending on features. They've managed to produce license codes on Linux which are machine dependent and can be used on only one machine. I have the inexpensive version
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Oct 27 2009
  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    Hello Michael, I've tried Logos 2.0 under WINE - I forget the file that causes all the problems - it is an executive that is chainloaded from logos.exe - black-something comes to mind - I don't have the program in front of me. I wonder if some sort of BOOK-SAFE can be made - but since LOGOS gives the books updates for free, I'd hate to see someone fool
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Oct 16 2009
  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    I'm sure that Bob Pritchett is still reading this thread - since he responded earlier. Since Mr. Pritchett is the President of LOGOS, he could put up a "Pre-Pub" for Logos - perhaps a "basic" edition including some books. I'm sure - since he is an excellent businessman - mulling this over and perhaps gathering information about this. I'd love for him
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Oct 16 2009
  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    The pre-pub could include the KJV and Strong's numbers modules. I'd pay $150 for a copy of a Linux version of this program. I'd contribute $250 if LOGOS would buy one of the small OLPC laptops - and include a copy of the Linux LOGOS program and send it to a missionary in need of such who is working in the field. In fact, I'd give $150 plus the cost
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Oct 16 2009
  • Re: New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    Bob, Put a Logos "Pre-Pub" up for Linux version - I bet you will get a much different response. If I'm wrong - you've wasted not much time and even less money. I think a DOS type of program would be nice - but I guess the old Logos 2.0 version wouldn't work with the newer books - if it would it would enable lots of those little Linux netbooks to work
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 15 2009
  • New Prepub Request - Logos for Linux

    Pre-pub request. To settle the question of if it would be profitable to produce a copy of Libronix for the Linux / Unix operating system - even if it is a console type program, I would like to ask Mr. Bob P. if he would consider placing "Logos for Linux / Unix" on the pre-pub list for "Gathering Interest" and if sufficient interest is expressed, produce
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 15 2009
  • Re: Libronix for Linux

    Thanks to all for your thoughtful replies. I think I will make another post with a suggestion that "Libronix for Linux" be added as a Prepub to determine profitibility. Linux is so much more stable and faster than even Windows 7 and it gives me complete control via the console if things aren't working. If Mr. Bob P approves this idea - and hopefully
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 15 2009
  • Re: Libronix for Linux

    Windows 7 RC is very stable. But what will happen when lots of programs are installed? Has Windows given up what they used to allow - the modification of Microsoft Dynamic Link Libraries (dll's) by newly installed programs? That's usually when when you had a lot of programs on your computer it would eventually crash. I have no such problem with Linux
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, Oct 10 2009
  • Re: Libronix for Linux

    I don't have a computer with Windows on it. I don't want to buy a Windows computer just to run ONE program. It is a stretch to say it's a choice. Can I load the books and the Libronix program on a USB key and somehow open the books using the computer at the Library? Be well, David
  • Libronix for Linux

    Since Libronix has made a Mac version (which is a type of UNIX), is it compatible with the various Linux distributions? I grew very tired with Microsoft Windows crashing on me, and I started using Linux (Debian) and was delighted to see its speed and reliability. Although I wish software publishers would have continued some of their excellent programs
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