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confused I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

Hi,

Where can I find the link to install bibletime ? I found so many link and try few of them but now I have nothing.
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confused Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

I found
On the page

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=954

bibletime-1.1-1mdk8.2.i586.rpm
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/bibletime/...1mdk8.2.i586.rpm?download

Is it ok With my version or is it a too old version ?

I try and got that message

Certains paquetages demand�s ne peuvent pas �tre install�s :
bibletime-1.1-1mdk8.2.i586 (car libkdeprint.so.0 est non satisfait)
�tes-vous d'accord ?
I clic ok and ...?
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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

Please see http://www.crosswire.org/forums/mvnforum/viewthread?thread=91 for information about MDK 10 packages.

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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

Please see http://www.crosswire.org/forums/mvnforum/viewthread?thread=91 for information about MDK 10 packages.

Joachim


THis link is a link of a forum : I have to real all the page and On this page I have an other link but on this other link I have 500 others links !!!

I search for bible but I find nothing.

I just want one link and the right..

It is not easy to find bibletime !
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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

In Mandrake 10
The easiest way to install BibleTime is to open 'konsole' and type:

su
urpmi bibletime

You may have to install the sword-libraries also:

urpmi sword

A direct link is:
ftp://ftp.pbone.net/mirror/carroll.cac.psu.ed...etime-1.4.1-1mdk.i586.rpm


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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

The link you gave me works, I download it on my pc and click on it and
get this message

Certains paquetages demand�s ne peuvent pas �tre install�s :
bibletime-1.4.1-1mdk.i586 (car sword[>= 1.5.7] est non satisfait)
�tes-vous d'accord ?

What sword[>= 1.5.7] est non satisfait means. This message is in french but even in french I dont understant. I translate
"Because sword >=1.5 is not satisfied "

What do I have to do to satisfied sword ???
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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

I forget to explain you that I try to type the comman

result
bash-2.05b$ su
Password:

su: Mot de passe incorrect.
bash-2.05b$
bash-2.05b$ su
Password:
[root@localhost cb]# urpmi bibletime
base de donn�es urpmi v�rouill�e

If you understand this language bravo ! not me. I had in the past on my linux a bible installed but I don't remember how I did. But now with my new version i connot do it. I need perseverance maybe or I need to be an expert.

Linux is not ready to be user friendly for a bible user !
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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

dnipro, I understand your frustration. One thing I really like about windows, at least the older versions, they gave you complete instructions how to install the prgram on your machine. I will admit that I have no clue how to run most of the things on Windows or Linux. I am a point and click kind of guy. However, I don't need to be an engineer nor a mechanic to figure out how operate an automobile.

I have asked many people how to install these Linux programs and I hardly ever get a straight answer. They had to figure it out so they want you to figure it out. Sorry, but I don't want to figure it out. I have no desire to be an automobile mechanic nor a automobile engineer. I just want to run my computer like I run my car.

If you read Romans 14:13 it warns about putting a stumbling block in front of another brother. No by my way of thinking, it wouldn't take very much effort for the developers to put down the exact steps to install the programs {In and out of a terminal window] for Windows and Linux on a Readme file. Is that so much to ask for the people who are not computer literate, a weaker brother?

Now that I have "vented my spleen", I will give you the information I used to install my Bibletime on Mandrake 9.2. These are not my instruction but from someone else who installed Mandrake specifically to get my program to install. Don't ask me any questions since I am not computer literate! Hopefully it will install on Mandrake 10 the same way it installed on Mandrake 9.2.


BIBLETIME INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:

*** insert bibletime/sword CD; note that in mandrake, the cd automounts

*** from the kde menu, select: configuration -> packaging -> software
sources manager

** enter root password, click OK

** CONFIGURE SOURCES dialogue box appears:

* click ADD (or UPDATE, if you already have a 'bibletime' entry)

** ADD A SOURCE dialogue box appears:

* type of source: removable device

* name: bibletime

* path or mount point:

click BROWSE
double-click ../
double-click ../
double-click mnt/
double-click cdrom/
click OK [this should cause the path or mount point to be displayed as
/mnt/cdrom ]
click OK
click SAVE AND QUIT

*** from the kde menu, select: configuration -> packaging -> install
software

** enter root password, click OK

** RPMDRAKE9.1 dialogue box appears:

* find [in name] 'sword'; click SEARCH

* found:

libsword1-1.55-1mdk
libsword1-devel-1.55-1mdk
libsword1-1.55-static-1mdk
sword-1.55-1mdk

> * check all these items, then click INSTALL

* SIGNATURE VERIFICATION ERROR dialogue box appears:

* "install it anyway?" click YES TO ALL

* "installation successful"

* find [in name] bibletime; click SEARCH

* found:

bibletime-1.2.2-1mdk
bibletime-doc-1.2.2-1mdk

* check both items, then click INSTALL

** SIGNATURE VERIFICATION ERROR dialogue box

* "install it anyway?" click YES TO ALL

* "installation successful"

** (the setup wizard doesn't run)

** "no modules installed"

*** (download modules from www.crosswire.org)

* download (or copy from CD) 'raw' modules to /usr/share/sword

* unzip modules one-by-one with the command

unzip modulename.zip

*** from the kde menu, start bibletime

END OF PROCEDURE


Bibletime installation of modules from Terminal Window (raw commands):
1.su
2.Password
3.ls /mnt/cdrom
4.cd /tmp
5.mkdir modules
6.cd modules
7.cp -r/mnt/cdrom/modules-bible
8.cp -r/mnt/cdrom/modules-reference
9.cd modules-bible
10. cp * /usr/share/sword
11. cd ..
12. cd module-reference
13. cp * /usr/share/sword
14. cd /usr/share/sword
15. unzip KJV.zip (repeat for all modules)
16. Go to KDE/Applications/BibleStudy/Bibletime: You will get a first time start up window. Close and Bibletime will start.
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smile Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

Finaly, I can install bibletime on my computer after 6 month...
If it is usefull for someone :

1. libsword3-1.5.7-1mdk9.2.i586.rpm
2. sword-1.5.7-1mdk9.2.i586.rpm
3. bibletime-1.4.1-1mdk.i586.rpm

Then it works.

thank you very much for you help.

Now I would like to install the frensh version . Is it possible or do I have to help the translation team ?smile
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Re: I want to install bibletime on my linux mandrake 10.

Update older than 7 days: Please read
http://www.crosswire.org/forums/mvnforum/viewthread?thread=189
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