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Ubuntu 13.10

Postby MPaul » Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:53 pm

I just installed Ubuntu 13.10 (very nice OS). However, the Software Center notes that BA is not available for this version of Ubuntu as of yet. I assume this is accurate, but just checking.
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Re: Ubuntu 13.10

Postby Brother Mike » Mon Nov 18, 2013 4:51 pm

Just download the file from the BA website. Works just fine for me, Kubuntu 13.10. I cannot remember if it was in the respositories or not.
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Re: Ubuntu 13.10

Postby MPaul » Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:08 pm

Brother Mike wrote:Just download the file from the BA website.


Yes, it works. It went straight in. It worked fine. Then, I copied all my module files from the cloud to the Bible Analyzer folder in Documents. They all loaded up with opening BA, but there was a slight delay to create an index. However, then BA froze my computer. So I restarted with a hard shut down, and then everything operated OK. It takes a little longer to open BA with a lot of modules.

Well, this makes everything easy for updating to a new OS. Download from website, and copy modules from the cloud. It's all very quick.

Thanks for the help, as always.
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Re: Ubuntu 13.10

Postby Brother Mike » Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:28 pm

Good to hear.

You may want to run the following from a command line:

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sudo bibleanalyzer


This should reindex and should start faster after that. Usually works
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