[Hum, I wrote a lengthy post to Mike's comment and it didn't take, must not been meant to be]
In short, here are my replies to all.
I have a very limited amount of time.
I have not given up on Linux, yet.
I think Wine is just another layer of problems. (Why not just use Windows?)
Oddly, some Linux users prefer WIne to native.
I get many more downloads, feedback, etc. from Windows and Mac users so I must prioritize my time.
Many Linux users want BA in some other flavor of Linux (Fedora, Red Hat, SUSE, etc. etc.) because they dislike Ubuntu. I cannot do that. No one person can deal with all those distros.
The Linux add-on file/module function is almost non-existant. Windows and Macs setup/package delivery method is much superior to the clunky .deb.
It took me two days just to make the .deb file for Bible Analyzer. Much too unintuitive and cumbersome.
The lack of effective and simple delivery of add-on modules is a major setback. I had to write a clunky bash script to semi-automate it and many don't know how to use it even with instructions.
The Package Manager (or what ever they call it now) is not suitable for simple add-on modules.
Have been thinking about the Software Center, may try it sometime when an effective module delivery method is developed.
In short, what is fairly easy on Windows and Mac is often a tedious pain in Linux.
If someone wants to help me make a one-click module installation method for Bible Analyzer modules, I will update it to 4.6 and submit it to the Software Center as I get time.
I will take care of the Bible Analyzer app, module creation, and similar, but I must have help with the rest. So if you all want to "beat the bushes" of some Linux people and find someone who is wants to help, have them send me an email. Again, I only have so much time.
Thanks for your concerns.