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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Rik Shaw"] [quote user="Rik Shaw"] @Paul and others, In further testing there are a few bugs in getting the ~/.logos-data created correctly, plus there is still some instability in installing .NET / Corefonts in the wine setup process. If you can hold on I am trying to upload a fix for the first item tonight, tomorrow I'll try to inspect
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Nov 25 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Rik Shaw"] @Paul and others, In further testing there are a few bugs in getting the ~/.logos-data created correctly, plus there is still some instability in installing .NET / Corefonts in the wine setup process. If you can hold on I am trying to upload a fix for the first item tonight, tomorrow I'll try to inspect the second part. [/quote
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Nov 25 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    @Paul and others, In further testing there are a few bugs in getting the ~/.logos-data created correctly, plus there is still some instability in installing .NET / Corefonts in the wine setup process. If you can hold on I am trying to upload a fix for the first item tonight, tomorrow I'll try to inspect the second part.
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Nov 25 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul Unger"] Thanks Rik, that sounds really good! Just to clarify: if one has already Logos installed using wasta-logos-setup, rerunning wasta-logos-setup will (?move ~ copy?) any existing Logos Data to the location ~/.logos-data? Or does one have to move it there before running wasta-logos-setup? What you wrote sounds like the former-
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 24 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I have updated wasta-logos-setup to version 1.3.1. Notable changes include: Any existing Logos Data (Data, Documents, Users folders) will be saved to ~/.logos-data and then will be symlinked to the new installation. This means it won't be removed if you delete or re-install the ~/.wine-logos folder. If you need to symlink to a different location because
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 24 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul Unger"] I ran sudo apt install wasta-wine thinking that I might need 5.20.1, but was told that "wasta-wine is already the newest version (5.20.1~ubuntu18.04.1)". So I'm not sure what's causing my crashes, but I can submit my saved 'backtrace' if that would be of any interest.[/quote] Paul, you have everything updated. Wine itself is
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Nov 4 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Al Graham"] Wine 5.20 is the version being used. Thanks again for your help. [/quote] Al, wasta-wine 5.20.0 has the missing dependency which leads to the crashing. So you need to upgrade to wasta-wine 5.20.1. Please let us know if you have upgraded to that new(est) version.
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Al Graham"] Thanks for all the work done on Logos for Linux. I have been able to install Logos on Lubuntu 20.04. Logos will start and run a short time. Attached is the terminal output and the wine backtrace. Any help would be appreciated. [/quote] Al, could you confirm what version of wasta-wine you have installed? Rik
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Walter D. Huyck Jr."] I'm running Linux Mint 20 I'm very new to this I'm trying to figure out how to install the .net packages from a comand line. Could please give specific instructions. Thanks Walter [/quote] Walter, since Linux Mint 20 is based on Ubuntu, you can follow the guide for wasta-logos-setup here The wasta-logos-setup process
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Update on 32-bit wasta-logos-setup with Logos 8.17.0.0014 and wine 5.20-staging for Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04, and 20.10: I found that libjpeg62 :i386 needed to be added as a dependency, and after adding it I am no longer seeing crashes on 18.04 like previously. My 20.04 test machine had that package installed, which is why I didn't originally see the crash
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    @purist, I think I just replied to you on the Google Doc. But it may be getting stuck in either setting "ddr=gdi" or in "font smoothing", both of which are done after corefonts before installing Logos. As Jonathan reported, possibly a "ctrl + c" would work to cancel the hung process and it may continue with the install. In my reply I left a hint on
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Mon, Nov 2 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Rik Shaw"]It may be that we need to roll back to the "safe" wine 4.18 for Ubuntu 18.04 users. Using 4.18 means it will take longer to install, but it may be "stable". I'll report back after further testing.[/quote] I have rolled back wasta-wine to version 4.18 for Ubuntu 18.04 'bionic' users. If you already installed wasta-wine version
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Mon, Nov 2 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    @purist: 32-bit will not upgrade to version 9 because there is no Logos 9 32-bit (we are going to be stuck on Logos 8 for 32-bit). Yes, you can NOT use sudo to run wasta-logos-setup because it is a user level process. I should make the error message more clear to restart without sudo. The wineserver message is "normal" but after some time it should
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Sun, Nov 1 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hello everyone, I've updated the wasta-logos-setup process to use 32-bit wine 5.20-staging with the latest Logos 8 32-bit installer, 8.17.0.0014. With the wine updates and Logos updates it seems to run really well, with it only taking approximately 10-12 minutes to do a clean install from scratch (to install .NET 4.8, run the Logos installer, etc).
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Sat, Oct 31 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Paul, using the wasta-logos-setup install, you can manually start the indexer this way: WINEPREFIX=$HOME/.wine-logos/ /opt/wasta-wine/bin/wine $HOME/.wine-logos/drive_c/users/$USER/Local\ Settings/Application\ Data/Logos/System/LogosIndexer.exe At this point I am not certain my indexing is complete.... it does seem to end in an error with some "deadbeef
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul Unger"]As for my install, I have Logos up and running again (had to download 3.9 GB of my 20 GB of resources...), but indexing is still throwing errors. I'll see if any of the workarounds work.[/quote] I have been confused by indexing errors..... sometimes it seems that people report there are errors, but still in the end indexing
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Oct 14 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul Unger"] [quote user="Frank Sauer"] I would definitely recommend updating Wine, a lot of fixes have been completed that greatly enhance the Logos experience on Linux. [/quote] OK. There are instructions in the Google doc for updating Wine (bottom of p. 7), but the preamble ends with a dire warning... Is there another method I should
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Oct 14 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Paul and Kevin, Can you click the "show details" in the crash window to get more information? Also can you confirm your wine version (or wasta-wine version since I think you used this method) and your logos version? Rik
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Mon, Jul 13 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Kevin, can you please confirm from "Configure Logos Wine" (wasta-logos-setup creates this in your main menu) the Windows version (should be XP) and your wine version (should be 4.18)? It is unfortunately strange you are having these issues, I haven't known of others with these problems. Maybe something didn't get correctly removed with your wasta-wine
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Wed, Jun 10 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Kevin, When (if? :-) it starts crashing again, does it bring up the Wine Error Window where you can save the crash output? Try to get that if possible. Then, if we are still stuck you could manually put an older version of the Logos msi installer in your ~/Downloads folder. wasta-logos-setup will look *first* for an installer there ("Logos-x86.msi"
    Posted to Suggestions by Rik Shaw on Mon, Jun 8 2020
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