I would like to install the latest version of Bibletime (2.9.1) on my computer because the version in the official repositories (2.8.1) has a bug with the "Mag" feature. I had installed 2.9.1 on 12.04 32 bit through one of the following ppa's:
Cosmin wrote:you could use xiphos-svn from aurThat could work, but there's something wrong with angelsguitar's setup that should probably be dealt with first. If the system is current, then xiphos should be running fine.
I'm running Ubuntu Saucy, and using Xiphos (installed from the repos). I'm experiencing the module manager column crush bug, which is crippling because it prevents the installation of modules. According to the Xiphos release notes page http://xiphos.org/development/release-notes/, the latest release (a month old) addresses this problem (which comes from the gtk-3 issues).
I've used youversion.com Bible reading plans for years. But is there a Bible reading "tracker type program" out there that can keep track of what we read for the day, month or year, or just plan out our reading of the Bible? Does E-sword or Bibletime have this feature?
I tried to install Xiphos 3 times on my Fedora machine and tho the application installed it was un operational.
Upon opening the applications modules it only gave me 1/2 of a screen (of the modules) and wouldn't allow me to choose any modules or commentaries period.
I think the program is broken.
Yesterday I tried to install Xiphos on my Ubuntu machine using the Ubuntu Software Center to ins