[sword-devel] Help installing bibletime on NON-KDE
Scott & Karen Newton
Sat, 18 Aug 2001 17:30:19 +1200
Not strictly speaking correct. Cygwin by itself is a
unix environment. Both X-Windows and KDE can be run
under cygwin on Windows and have been done. The last KDE
version I heard of being run under X-Windows on cygwin
was KDE 2.1.1, so that's pretty recent. Both of these
projects are on sourceforge I think. If you can run X
and KDE then you most likely can run BibleTime under
cygwin. It's just a rather round about way of doing it.
Hope that helps.
David Overcash wrote:
> Yeah, I didn't realize that CygWin was just a development program...
> That clears things up
> I have the windows frontend, and am starting to understand this whole
> project enough to start helping on it, and I was just excited to use linux
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Brook Humphrey
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 7:29 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Help installing bibletime on NON-KDE
> On Thursday 16 August 2001 03:59 pm, you wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I finally got a (Somewhat good) linux 'frontend' running on my computer,
> > CygWin...
> > I went to sourceforge and downloaded the non-kde bibletime because I have
> > not yet had the chance to install kde, or x...
> > I then extracted to my base directory, and it placed all the files
> > correctly in lib, bin, etc.
> > now, I can't figure out how to install it, obviously, the install command
> > and I know the correct syntax, I think
> > install [option] file directory
> > I tried many close variations to this line with no luck
> > install -c bibletime /.bin/
> > but it said it could not find the file
> > Please help me, I'm such a unix newbie
> > -Dave
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> > AIM: FunnyLookinHat
> I would assume that you are using windows by your mentioning cygwin. cygwin
> allows you to compile linux/unix apps on your windows box. This does not
> that you can run them but cygwin is deffinatly a compiler for compileing
> programs. Bibiletime for right now can only be run under linux/unix. There
> no way to compile this and run it under windows.
> Sword does come with a windows frontend and you should not need to use
> bibletime to use it.
> Brook Humphrey
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