Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

Issues and Comments on the Current Beta Versions
Tim
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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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Thanks. I'll try to get the issues that come up fixed in a few days.
Tim Morton
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darrel_jw
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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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Just so you know - I like the new ID window. I am hoping that RTL will work in the Bible window itself at some point?

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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I updated my premium modules, they installed successfully, but now BA will not run. I have a screen that flashes very fast then nothing. What should I do? Again UM 20.04

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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When I run sudo /opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-run.py I get an error message that the command is not found.

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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I remove everything, install BA fresh and it runs. I then sync and download my premium modules and I get this error message:

Version: Bible Analyzer 5.4.0.40
Application Path: /home/darrel
Modules Path: /home/darrel/Documents/BibleAnalyzer
User Path: /home/darrel/.config/bibleanalyzer
Current Ref: Rom 4:5
Current Bible: AV
Current Dict: Torrey
System Architecture: 64bit x86_64
Frozen: False

#---- End System Information ----#


#---- Traceback Info ----#

*** Sat May 9 14:46:22 2020 ***
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/downloadMan.py", line 868, in OnDownload
ExtractTitle(f, fn)
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/downloadMan.py", line 77, in ExtractTitle
os.mkdir(r'%s\modules\Text\%s' % (mainApp.allUsersDir, fold))
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/home/darrel/Documents/BibleAnalyzer\\modules\\Text\\Images/LarkinDan'

#---- End Traceback Info ----#

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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I downloaded non-premium books and got this error as it was building references:

Version: Bible Analyzer 5.4.0.40
Application Path: /home/darrel
Modules Path: /home/darrel/Documents/BibleAnalyzer
User Path: /home/darrel/.config/bibleanalyzer
System Architecture: 64bit x86_64
Frozen: False

#---- End System Information ----#


#---- Traceback Info ----#

*** Sat May 9 15:31:49 2020 ***
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/downloadMan.py", line 873, in OnDownload
self.loadedDlg(titles)
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/downloadMan.py", line 883, in loadedDlg
self.mainApp.OnRestart()
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/analyzer5.py", line 8329, in OnRestart
wx.GetApp().OnInit(0)
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/analyzer5.py", line 8651, in OnInit
self.ShowMain()
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/analyzer5.py", line 8655, in ShowMain
self.BA = BibleAnalyzer(None, "Bible Analyzer 5.4")
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/analyzer5.py", line 119, in __init__
self.LoadModules()
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/analyzer5.py", line 944, in LoadModules
self.refIndex.GetModRefs()
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/utility.py", line 325, in GetModRefs
self.doRefIndex(pth, selStr)
File "/opt/bibleanalyzer/ba-540.zip/utility.py", line 281, in doRefIndex
for id, row in enumerate(cur):
sqlite3.OperationalError: Could not decode to UTF-8 column 'text' with text '<br> <br><b>Song of the three Children</b><br> <br>The Song of the three holy children, which followeth in the third Chapter of Daniel after this p

#---- End Traceback Info ----#

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

Post by darrel_jw »

And with the error msg just posted BA is now dead

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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Delete the file you tried to download from the Modules folder. It is likely corrupted. Or you can delete the whole folder and Bible Analyzer will make another on start.
Tim Morton
Developer, Bible Analyzer

But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness. (Rom 4:5 AV)

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

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The problem appears to be in the text module downloads from the module downloader. I start with a new install, then add premium modules from the downloader.

At this point I run into two problems: If I download books I receive the previous errors and BA will not start again. Also I just purchased the Hebrew Word Study Bundle (which I thought I had picked up in the past) and everything downloads - EXCEPT the Strong's with AV index will not register so I can use it. It downloads to the dictionary folder but BA does not show it for use.

I need help! :lol:

Darrel

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Re: Bible Analyzer 5.4 beta (Linux)

Post by darrel_jw »

Concerning your comment on deleting the folder, I have done that but am not sure which file BA is having a problem with. So when I download the premium modules again it crashes again. How do I determine which file is the culprit?

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