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  • Re: New Jerusalem Bible with Complete study notes

    I think Kyle G. Anderson is trying to say - without revealing disclosures about the next version of Logos / Verbum - that there are additional features being rolled on then and not only does this book have to be coded to work with all the current features of Logos/Verbum, but it additionally has to work in the next version. A Logos Bible isn't just
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Feb 13 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Download the script that is here. https://github.com/ferion11/ LogosLinuxInstaller/releases/ download/v1.3/LogosIndexing.sh It's easiest to use wget. If wget isn't installed, install it. Open a terminal in your graphic user interface (GUI) then open a terminal, like mate-terminal or other terminal. Type this: cd Downloads wget https://github.com/ferion11
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, Feb 1 2020
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hi Gene, I don't know if you've checked these things. Your user name must be "u" so check permissions. Open terminal, and list the Desktop folder. ls /home/u/Desktop/ Is Logos.sh there? If it is, check permissions using terminal. ls -l /home/u/Desktop/Logos.sh You should get back something similar to this. Ignore the numbers as I made those up: -rwxrwxrwx
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Jan 22 2020
  • Re: Knox Bible and Jerusalem Bible

    There is a parallel discussion here: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/181544.aspx
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Oct 25 2019
  • Re: Knox Bible please!

    There is a parallel discussion here. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/181544.aspx This is a beautiful English translation.
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Oct 25 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    What I meant was that some of the dependencies to complete an installation of Logos were not packaged. The package I believe is named as deb2tgz or something like that installs and works very well and has all dependencies.
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Oct 16 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    There is a package in AUR to convert DEB files to Arch type installation files. It's something like deb2arch it works very well, the problem is some of the dependencies are broken, so you will have to package those or install from source.
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Oct 15 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Try installing winehq-devel or winehq-staging, will one of them install? Best David
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 10 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    This page will help you. Perhaps one of the "leaders" of this convocation of Logos friends with Linux could start their own PPA with what is needed. Pasted here from this page: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2019/09/wine-4-16-released-install-ubuntu-19-04/ The wine devel package requires libfaudio0 library which is not available in Ubuntu repositories
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 10 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    So see if you have wine-devel installed and if you do, uninstall it and install wine-devel 4.17~disco. Then install winehq-devel. I don't know if your running 32bit or 64bit, but here is the 64 bit file: https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/dists/disco/main/binary-amd64/wine-devel-amd64_4.17~disco_amd64.deb Here is the 32bit file: https://dl.winehq
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Oct 10 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of wine-devel-amd64: wine-devel-amd64 depends on libc6 (>= 2.29); however: Version of libc6:amd64 on system is 2.28-10. wine-devel-amd64 depends on libfaudio0 (>= 19.06.07); however: Package libfaudio0 is not installed. wine-devel-amd64 depends on libvkd3d1 (>= 1.0); however: Package libvkd3d1
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sun, Sep 29 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    http://mega.nz is also excellent (and free). The response to this thread shows that there's an interest in Logos for Linux. Thanks for your work. I tried converting the deb file to Arch Linux format but there are some dependencies not available.
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sun, Sep 29 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Where do we find Rik's instructions? It would be wonderful to download books. Will it accept your email and tell you what books you own?
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sun, Aug 25 2019
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Hopefully for Divine Intimacy as well. Remember, this man has done a calendar which makes Divine Intimacy relate to the current church calender, I'm sure he would be very pleased to receive a contribution to include his conversion calender in the electronic work. His calender aligns "Divine Intimacy" to the current Church calender and shows how awesome
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Jun 5 2019
  • Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Baronius Press publishes this excellent Bible. https://www.baroniuspress.com/book.php?wid=56&bid=60#tab=tab-1 The Knox Bible is the ideal translation for those looking to deepen their understanding of the Holy Scriptures. It was hailed as the finest translation of the 20th Century, approved for liturgical use and was endorsed by Pope Pius XII, Archbishop
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, May 22 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Although people have posted about WINE and Logos (Windows) compatibility, I've not seen any update. I believe there was talk about one of the needed libraries being ported to Linux which the person was very excited about. Regards, David
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Mon, Apr 15 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    John, Good post. The only problem with a web based Logos would be those users in areas where Internet service isn't available, like merchant mariners and missionaries in deepest Western Australia. As I mentioned running Logos in virtual machine has problems with accessibility, I think these problems would be best in another thread. I think it's wonderful
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Mar 14 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hi Veli, That would be wonderful. The problem is that Crossover - which is a polished and paid for version of WINE doesn't work on ARM processors that Android usually runs on. So were back to square one. A Linux / Android version of Logos Bible Software - OR - compatibility to run WINE or Crossover run it on Linux / Android. I have a Linux computer
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Mar 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Andrew, Suggestions like dual boot Windows, run a virtual machine, install Windows, then install Logos are obviously not "Linux version of Logos Bible Software." Or even "Buy a Windows computer" aren't the subject. Discussions can get way off subject, and when you're trying to find answers by searching, it's important to have the topic match if possible
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Mar 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Kolen, You and MJ Smith are both correct. I appreciate being given enough information about subjects being discussed so that I can search for more information should I want it. Let's not talk about "virtual machine" running Logos. It's not what this discussion is about. Dual booting Windows is another solution, but again, it's not the topic. However
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Wed, Mar 13 2019
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