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Fedora 14 and BibleAnalyzer 4.1.0 works sort of

Postby AZdave » Mon Jun 13, 2011 1:09 am

After Installing a lot of packages and using alien to convert the .deb to .rpm I got the 4.1.0 version to work with fedora 14.

I kept getting this error when I started up.
/usr/share/bibleanalyzer install folder
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/bibleanalyzer/analyzer4.py", line 28, in <module>
from espeak import espeak
ImportError: No module named espeak

So I just commented out line 28. I don't even have speakers connected,
28 # Was: from espeak import espeak

And it looks like it is working.
I tried to install the free Commentaries and Dictionaries but had problems. Missing .idx files

But the free bibles and books seem to be working.

Thought you would like to know. It is late here I'll try using it tomorrow...

AZdave
Ps: 1st post. Hi!
PPS: alien from http://packages.debian.org/unstable/source/alien
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Re: Fedora 14 and BibleAnalyzer 4.1.0 works sort of

Postby rob4Christ » Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:14 pm

Hi Dave,

I don't know about audio, but the .idx file problem is one I had to deal with when I started using BA. Here is a copy of a comment I sent to another user that also had this issue:

...
when I had my issues with the the modules, I fixed the issue by putting the modules in /usr/share/bibleanalyzer/modules/bible (if it was a bible. Put commentaries, etc in the proper subdirectory), then I ran the command "sudo bibleanalyzer" (sans quotes). The program recognized the modules and created any needed companion files, like the .idx files.

I only needed to do this once, then I was able to open bibleanalyzer normally without the sudo from then on.

Hope this helps..

God Bless,
Robert V
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Re: Fedora 14 and BibleAnalyzer 4.1.0 works sort of

Postby AZdave » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:44 am

@Robert V

It did not quite work.

rob4Christ wrote:...
when I had my issues with the the modules, I fixed the issue by putting the modules in /usr/share/bibleanalyzer/modules/bible (if it was a bible. Put commentaries, etc in the proper subdirectory), then I ran the command "sudo bibleanalyzer" (sans quotes). The program recognized the modules and created any needed companion files, like the .idx files.


User root or 'sudo bibleanalyzer' created some errors. I put the thumbdive version on a windows machine and that made the idx files. Then I copied to the the idx files to my linux box. It works now. That is very handy use on a thumbdrive.

I can try an set the root account later. I could have also change permissions on the directories with the new files in /usr/share/analyzer/modules/...

Thanks
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