[sword-devel] common library for windows and linux

Greg Hellings greg.hellings at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 13:42:26 MST 2005

Or might it be possible to adjust SWORD_PATH or a sword.conf file somewhere
to add the Windows-mounted drive to the Sword search path?


On 11/23/05, Chris Umphress <umphress at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/23/05, Сергей Кузнецов <sergeyvk at ukr.net> wrote:
> >
> > Hi!
> > I installed Sword for Windows, latest one, and I want to use the same
> library, as I use
> > on Linux. The sword library currently on Windows disk D, and linux sword
> programs
> > have access to it. But I didn't find, how to teach Sword for Windows to
> use that
> > library. It wants only to "download" it from the library, which is on D
> to the program's
> > folder, which is on C:\Program Files\Sword...
> Assuming you have a linux-type partition (such as ReiserFS, ext2/3, or
> similar) for the linux install, you could create a mount-point for the
> Windows partition and create a symbolic link from /usr/share/sword to
> wherever you mount the C drive.
> Example:
> ln -s /mnt/windows/Program\ Files/Crosswire/blah /usr/share/sword
> You'll probably have to tweak it a little, but that's the direction I
> would head....
> --
> Chris Umphress <http://daga.dyndns.org/>
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