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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Keep Smiling 4 Jesus, Have you used the aforementioned VM technologies to run Logos w/in Windows on Linux? I've used Virtualbox, VMware, and KVM. I have not used Xen. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has run Logos under Windows in Xen to hear about performance. From experience I can say that KVM beats Virtualbox (by a mile) and VMware
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Sat, Aug 27 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I have been watching this thread and keeping up with this issue for a long time. The only way to use Logos under Linux is in a VM. I have run Logos in VMware and in Virtualbox. Performance is better in VMware. However, KVM beats VMware and Virtualbox for performance. For those of you who are looking to run Logos in a VM, try running Windows under KVM
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Thu, Aug 18 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Thanks. Not sure whether reaching parity with the Windows/Mac offline apps will come any time soon. I am already a Logos Now user. I'm afraid there is quite a long way to go before any kind of parity with the desktop app is achieved. My sneaking suspicion is that development for a Linux native app would actually be faster - if reaching Linux is the
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Wed, May 18 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Forgot the link. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/05/16/announcing-net-core-rc2/
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Tue, May 17 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I'm not sure how or if this affects matters with a Linux release, but looks like MS is now going to be releasing .NET for the Linux Desktop. Personally, I would like to know why MS is releasing .NET on Linux. I'm guessing they are tracking some sort of desire/interest for developers to run .NET programs on Linux.
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Tue, May 17 2016
  • Re: Where to properly report a Logos error?

    Thanks very much Andrew. I'm looking at getting the BHW. I already have the LHB. I did a search using the LHB and am not getting the false positives. For regular bible study / sermon prep stuff would you say that the LHB is a sufficient alternative to the BHW?
    Posted to Logos 6 by aaylnx on Thu, Apr 28 2016
  • Where to properly report a Logos error?

    While studying the genealogy of Gen 10, I did a search on the Hebrew word for "coast lands" in 10:5. Unfortunately, I get the following of false positives. Isa 13:22, 34:14 Jer 50:39 Job 22:30 Ecc 4:10, 10:16 In these passages the word for coast lands is mistaken for the word for "jackal" or "woe" - both of which are either similar or identical, but
    Posted to Logos 6 by aaylnx on Wed, Apr 27 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    David, I agree with you on the financial issue. I was thinking only from a technology perspective. I'm not sure how Logos will deal with the issue you're raising. Maybe give a discount to existing customers who have a history of purchase? I also, don't like the idea of renting books. Still, even if the web app hit complete feature parity tomorrow with
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Mon, Dec 28 2015
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Perry, You are undoubtedly correct. The Linux market would be insufficient to justify a yet another graphical framework which would, presumably, sit on top of a shared Mac Mono code base. If, however, there were someway to use something like QT (or some other framework) to have a single UI codebase for all platforms (Windows, Mac, and Linux), then it
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Sun, Dec 27 2015
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Thanks Keep Smiling 4 Jesus. Obviously, this is a bigger undertaking than I thought. I think I was mislead by the ease with which I have been able to run BibleWorks under Linux using WINE. I know the BibleWorks guys also developed their offical Mac version using WINE, but it doesn't seem like there is any way to run Logos in Linux using wine. If anyone
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Sun, Dec 27 2015
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    It seems odd to me that Logos can run on a Mac using Mono, but not on Linux. Isn't Mono just as available under Linux? James, you mention Chromium Frameworks. I am unsure about what this is and whether it's available on Linux. But still, my basic question is that if Logos can run on a Mac (using Mono etc and w/o some underlying Windows technologies
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Wed, Dec 23 2015
  • Re: Paul and Union with Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study by Constantine Campbell

    Me too!!!!!
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Tue, Dec 18 2012
  • Re: Greek Font Not Displaying Properly on Android

    Thanks Jason. To me this is not a make it or break it deal. I can still read the Greek text and the information window is "mostly" usable. It is annoying though. I wonder whether this is an Android or a Logos on Android problem. If I'm not mistaken, the total number of Android devices exceeds (by a fair margin) the total number of IOS devices, so I
    Posted to Android Apps by aaylnx on Mon, Sep 17 2012
  • Greek Font Not Displaying Properly on Android

    Greetings all, I'm a newcomer to Logos having purchased Logos 4 over the weekend. After getting things set up on my desktop, I installed the Android app. Greek fonts display properly when reading the text of UBS4 or NA27, but if you click on a word and try to get info on it, the fonts do not display correctly for Greek words beginning (or in come cases
    Posted to Android Apps by aaylnx on Sun, Sep 16 2012
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