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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    That's exactly what I'm seeing, Rob.
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Tue, Oct 27 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    @Daniel, My Logos has successfully updated from 8.14.0.0010 to 8.15.0.0004 with 5.11 wine-staging although it did have a couple of hiccups, e.g. re-downloading 3.5Gb of resources, and I think it had two attempts at downloading. So far, after light use, I've not noted any particular additional issues, but these may emerge as I use it more. The process
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Fri, Jul 24 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    @ Daniel: Yes, it was all the way from 8.10.0032 to 8.14.0.0010 using wine-staging 5.11
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Tue, Jul 14 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    My wine-staging 5.11 is now successfully indexing and updating Logos via a command line install on debian bullseye 64 bit and win10 and dotnet48. Updating Logos wasn't working for me up to 5.9 staging (approx) but is now (I think there was a general problem with 5.10 staging). Indexing in win10 is successful. I haven't tested 5.12. Happy to provide
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Tue, Jul 14 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    John, Yes it is!
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Sun, Jan 5 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hi, Frank. I'm interested in this, because I'm getting problems. I'm using Debian Bullseye with wine-staging at 5-rc3, 64 bit. When I try to install in win7, it automatically goes to indexing and crashes. When I tried to reset the directories as per your instructions of Christmas Day, it complained that I needed to update Logos to the latest version
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Wed, Jan 1 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Sorry, Frank, I spoke too soon. It seems that while Logos.exe is not reporting indexing taking place, nevertheless it indexes in the background when I run Logos, and continues when I close it. I can see the LogosIndexer.exe process gradually consuming more and more memory until eventually the amount of memory seems to start dropping. However, the process
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Fri, Dec 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Frank, are you running under winxp or win7? I've just had success with indexing following the "install under win7 then index and run under winxp" mantra - albeit with Debian Bullseye, wine-staging 4.21. Had the same / a similar problem as you under win7.
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Fri, Dec 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Bill[quote user="Bill Anderson"] But, the Debian container runs slower than the Ubuntu container, so it's back to that one for me. [/quote] I don't believe my "how to" involves a container. I've not yet got to grips with the indexing. That lengthy process might be slowing it down. There's also a possible question over the whether the "path:parse_url
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Bill, yes, you have to download the .msi file from the Logos website. And then replace the bit of the path in bold above to that link. wget https://downloads.logoscdn.com/LBS8/Installer/8.8.0.0046/Logos-x64.msi I don't seem able to update my "how to" any more. Many Thanks Nick
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Bill, stupid question, in the first instance, but you did make the path in bold below local to your own system (sorry if my notes were confusing): WINEPREFIX=$HOME/wine-logos8/ msiexec /i /path/to/Logos/Installer /Logos-x64.msi All the best. Nick PS My dotnet install took a long time - it must have installed a few versions including the final one. Going
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Thanks. Instructions updated!
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] After that, I could install winehq-staging. After that, I downloaded wasta-logos-setup and than ran it, and now Logos is installing as we speak. [/quote] Just a quick question, Bill: Did you need to install wasta-logos-setup? If so, why? I DIDN'T do so under debian in the instructions above, and results that are not at all
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Wed, Dec 4 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    This is my Debian "how to". My running Logos has not yet been tested as to what works and doesn't. But a lot certainly seems to. What follows may need filling out, so feel free to ask any questions. Many thanks for everyone's hard work. ====================================== I had previously enabled multi-arch on an amd64 system: # dpkg --add-architecture
    Posted to Suggestions by Nick on Wed, Dec 4 2019
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