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HOWTO set up your own custom Bible study operating system
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bones01

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PostPosted: Tue 21 Feb 2012, 16:20    Post_subject:  

Thanks for having a go Jim. I appreciate your efforts - and your efforts with the other programs too.

Bones
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2012, 11:38    Post_subject:
Sub_title: Dpup Exprimo
 

Dpup Exprimo, pemasu's great puplet now has support for the CrossWire Bible Society's Linux Bibletime version 2.9.1. It already worked great with the Wine programs, Bible Analyzer, e-Sword, and theWord, now it's more complete.

Get it here.
Download the needed clucene, sword and bibletime pets. Qt4-4.8.0 libs is also required....basic or essentials are ok.

Thank you pemasu for supporting Bibletime,
Jim
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2012, 18:19    Post_subject:
Sub_title: Saluki
 

Saluki is a woof-build based on Racy with Xfce. The suggested target hardware is computers less than 5 years old. It should run tolerably fast on older machines and netbooks and older machines, but Xfce does need a bit more cpu than the standard ROX/Jwm puppy. The principle developer, jemimah is developing an amazing puplet that continues to improve. It's fast and stable and now has support for Crosswire Bible Societie's Linux Bibletime program. All that's necessary to install it is to use the Puppy Package Manager. It also runs Wine and I've found that the Windows version of Bible Analyzer, e-Sword and theWord
work well on it.

Thank you jemimah for providing this.
Jim
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Thu 08 Mar 2012, 17:56    Post_subject:
Sub_title: Three-Headed Dog Version 3 Updated ISO MAR 5, 2012 - Luci-001.003
 

Playdayz has updated the latest Lucid 3.2.9, Three-Headed Dog Version 3 Updated ISO MAR 5, 2012 - Luci-001.003

3HD Version 3 Updated ISO -> http://diddywahdiddy.net/Puppy500/luci-001.003.iso
md5 checksum -> 96694af4d0fbf2afea9855e34009eb18

Updated programs in Luci-001.003 by members of the Puppy community: ffconvert 1.2 - shinobar, sfs-load 1.3 - shinobar, PupControl 1.8.9 - radky, Sylpheed 3.1.3 - playdayz, mtpaint 3.40 - don570, PupApps 1.6.2 - radky, PupSnap 1.6.3 - radky, pprocess 2.2.4 - zigbert, Pburn 3.5.0 - zigbert, firewallstate 2.1 - tasmod, grub4dos 1.7.2 - shinobar, isomaster 1.3.9 - BarryK, pbackup 3.1.9 - zigbert, pfilesearch 1.28 - zigbert, pfind 4.24 - zigbert, PupClockset 1.9 - radky, PupSysinfo 2.1.3 - radky, Bacon Recorder 2.6.1 - don570, Pmusic 2.4.4 - zigbert

Bibletime is still the reliable 2.7.2 version that can easily be loaded using Quickpet/SFS Get, Xiphos is version 3.1.3 and is installed with the Puppy Package Manager. It also runs the wonderful Windows programs that run under Wine, Bible Analysis, e-Sword, and theWord. green_dome's latest wine-1.4 works great for these.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Sat 10 Mar 2012, 15:05    Post_subject: Latest Wine Version  

Because I frequently test various alpha and beta programs, my Wine installation sees a lot of changes including testing each update to Wine. As a result, I have found that some features of my favorite Windows programs, Bible Analyzer 4, e-Sword, and theWord, all of which have updates also do not work.

To correct this situation I started out with a new installation of Slacko and reinstalled Wine and my favorite programs. The results have been very pleasing, for example in e-Sword, the latest version which has a Download Module feature which did not work now works great (important because update links to download additional modules are no longer available), also theWord doesn't freeze up.

If you are having problems with your installed programs, this may correct your problem.
There have been many improvements in Wine and green_dome's latest wine-1.4 works great and may solve your problem. Note: eSword installation is now much easier.

To save space in the save files and make Wine available to frugal installation of various pups, my Wine installation is moved to /mnt/home. This procedure is very simple and does not uninstall Wine.

1. Copy /root/.wine to /mnt/home/
2. Delete /root/.wine
3. Place a symlink in /root/ to /mnt/home/.wine

To make the installation available in another pup, Wine must be installed, then delete /root/.wine and make a symlink to /mnt/home/.wine. With a full installation, the symlink would be to /mnt/sxxx/.wine where the .wine file is located.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Tue 27 Mar 2012, 15:23    Post_subject: Saluki  

Saluki now has a release candidate. Jerimah has included Bibletime 2.9.1 that is available through the Puppy Package Manager. Also it works well with Windows Bible programs (Bible Analyzer, e-Sword, & the Word) running under the latest Wine pet. Numerous other programs are available to make it a powerful contender to build your own Bible Study System.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Mon 30 Apr 2012, 12:08    Post_subject: FATSlacko  

01micko has released FATSlacko which is
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NOT an official product but a puplet. It is directly based on the upcoming Slacko-5.3.3. It is also the PAE version which will see your large RAM and as such is recommended for higher end machines.

It is Slacko with extras:
    Libreoffice
    Java Runtime Environment
    Mesa (aka xorg_high)
    QT Libraries
    VLC
    Foxit Reader
    Samba with kerberos support
    Inetd daemon for Samba documentation

Minimum system requirements <-- Pentium III 1 GHz processor, 768 MB RAM.

Recommended <-- 1.5 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM

01micko has also provided Bibletime-2.9.1s which may be installed using the PPM so it picks up all dependencies. Recommend that for now you use ibiblio for everything but clucene which you need to get from another mirror.

FATSlacko makes a super Bible study system. As seen on the attached image, it also runs favorite Windows programs under Wine: Bible Analyzer, e-Sword, and the Word.

This is a great choice for anyone with high end hardware.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Sat 12 May 2012, 09:14    Post_subject: BiblePup 5.2  

oldyeller has released his puplet that has Alkitab, BibleDesktop, and Bibletime installed along with a few Sword modules. It may meet your needs. Get it here.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Sun 08 Jul 2012, 16:26    Post_subject:    

Kirk and Jamesbond have released their latest Fatdog64-600 which is extremely fast and supports the latest linux Bibletime as well as Windows programs Bible Analyzer, e-Sword, and theWord. If you have 64-bit hardware, give this a try. It's the best available and there is a good selection of software available for it.

Try it, you will love it.

Thanks again to Kirk and Jamesbond for providing such great support for Bibletime and other Bible study software.

In His Name,
Jim
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PostPosted: Sun 08 Jul 2012, 19:04    Post_subject: Dpup Exprimo 5.X.3.4.2.4  

Pemasu'sDpup Exprimo 5.X.3.4.2.4 works great with linux Bibletime 2.9.1 and the other Windows programs Bible Analyzer, e-Sword and theWord.

Try it, you will like it.
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Nov 2012, 12:26    Post_subject: Precise 5.4.1  

Barry has released his latest Precise which supports the latest Linux Bibletime and Xiphos plus Windows eSword, Bible Analyzer, and theWord running with Wine. You can build a very powerful Bible Study program with this latest distribution.
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PostPosted: Sat 01 Dec 2012, 16:02    Post_subject: Fatdog64-610  

Kirk and Jamesbond have released their latest Fatdog64-610 which makes a great base for a Bible study OS for those that have a modern 64-bit system.

Included is Bibletime 2.9.1 installed using the Fatdog64 Package Manager. Also the Windows programs Bible Analyzer, eSword, and theWord also work fine under wine.

Installation tips.
1. Bibletime--
(a) Goto Menu, select Setup/Fatdog64 Control Panel
(b) In Fatdog64 Control Panel, select System/Fatdog64 Package Manager
(c) In Fatdog64 Package Manager, select Available Packages and scroll down to Personal, then Mark bibletime, and agree to also install the recommended dependencies. Then click on Install.
Note: After installation is complete, you must reboot to activate the necessary QT libs. If you want to drag the Bibletime.desktop application to your desktop, it's located at /usr/local/share/applications.

2. Wine and Windows Programs--
(a) Using your browser, goto Fatdog64 and select "Click here for SFS files", download /fatdog/sfs/600/32bit-slacko-1.sfs and move it to /mnt/home, then go to Fatdog64 Control Panel/System SFS Loader and choose the sfs file to load during boot. This provides you with the necessary 32bit libs to run Wine.
(b) Download and install latest Wine.
(c) Download and install the latest desired Windows programs ie: Bible Analyzer 4.6, eSword 10.01.0, or theWord 4.. Just double click on the exe file to install it. After installation, select and install the desired extra modules. Note: Attached pet files below provide the necessary .desktop files to assure that the program show properly in the menu.

Enjoy your powerful new Bible Study OS.

In His Name,
Jim
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PostPosted: Fri 28 Dec 2012, 09:00    Post_subject: Esword on mannaos001 rev 3
Sub_title: Bible search won't work
 

I wonder if there's something that I need to add package wise to make the Bible search function work?
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Jim1911

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PostPosted: Thu 14 Mar 2013, 13:09    Post_subject:  Slacko 5.5 Final  

01micko has released his latest Slacko 5.5 which is a great base for your custom Bible study operating system.

Bibletime (Linux), Bible Analyzer, and theWord (Windows programs running under latest Wine) work well. I have been unable to get eSword (Windows) to work.

The latest LibreOffice version 4.0.1.2 also works well, however to install it you need 01micko's latest get_libreoffice-0.27.pet since LibreOffice updated it's site which broke earlier versions.

Enjoy,
Jim
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PostPosted: Mon 18 Mar 2013, 17:33    Post_subject:  Upup Precise  

Pemasu's latest Upup Precise is a fine distribution that runs all 5 Bible Programs, Bibletime and Xiphos for Linux; and Bible Analyzer, eSword, and theWord for Windows running under Wine. Thank you Pemasu.

It makes a great base for a comprehensive Bible Study OS.
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