[sword-devel] iso and Installer Manager
Jason and Larua Brooks
Tue, 08 Oct 2002 13:10:21 -0600
Thanks for the reply. I think what actually happened was the old writer I used corrupted the image wile writing. All the conf files were junk. The only thing that would work was the cd popup. If you clicked any of the options, it would do nothing. Manually executing applications from the disk produced errors. The reason I say it was likely the burner was that it did similar things on another two disks I burned that day. I downloaded the newer iso and extracted the necessary information, and all was well.
Thanks again for your work on this project. This is really turning into a first class piece of Bible software. Just two things I would like to see- 1) the ability to view passages in parallel across translations; 2) parsings, a la gramcord for the Mac. Big request, but otherwise, this is a great piece of software.
God Bless and Shalom,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 23:15:31 -0700
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] iso and Installer Manager
> Thank you for your feedback. I'm not quite sure what you mean by,
> "none of the installers for win work". Does the cdstartup.exe at the
> root run when you insert the CD? If not, can you run it manually? If
> you get it running, can you click on the Install button? Does it launch
> the installer?
> Please provide some of these details so we can fix any last minute
> problems before going to press! Thank you again for your time.
> PS. There is a newer ISO available, but I don't think anything with the
> installer should have changed.
> Jason and Larua Brooks wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > Yesterday, I downloaded the September 26th ISO and burnt it to a CD.
> The only problem I've seen is that none of the installers for win work on my
> Win XP Home box. That, however, is not a significant problem for me.
> My main question is if I can use installer manager to install the
> modules from
> the CD to my local disk. I tried changing the path it looks at in it's
> file in the program directory, but that did not do anything.
> > Thanks for any suggestions,
> > In Christ,
> > Jason Brooks
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