exploder wrote:You can make a request in the "Code and Packaging" section of the forum. I tried a search using Synaptic using "Bible" as the key word and immediately found the appropriate packages were available to install. Anything that is available for Ubuntu is also available for LinuxMint because we use the Ubuntu repositories as well as our own.
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DAKAVAJO! wrote:I'm a noobie to Linux. I have long used Power Bible CD with Windows and after trying some Linux Bible programs I decided to try Power Bible in WINE. It works great!! And I think Power Bible beats all the others hands-down! The CD's are only $19 or you can download the free demo version (which is a fully functional older version with no time limits). To learn more please visit: http://www.powerbible.com
jadek wrote:Although more than a year seems to have passed by since the last post on this subject, I wish to echo the value that e-Sword via CrossOver has. I was a weekly user of PowerBible, and it is still great as far as ease of user, but for MANY more resources and for "power users," e-Sword stands far above the crowd at this date (insofar as free software goes). Not too long ago I posted a tutorial of sorts on how to get various types of e-Sword modules to work on one's Linux system (mine being Mint, of course). Head to this link for that:
http://www.biblesupport.com/topic/991-e ... ver-linux/
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