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Module Files Missing

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:14 pm
by Alec

Under MX-Linux (Debian), installed the latest .deb without a hitch. Bible Analyzer then starts to load, shows the splash, and then displays this message:

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Module Files Missing

At least one each of Bible, Dictionary, Commentary, and Book modules
must be available for Bible Analyzer to run.

Reinstall Bible Analyzer to supply the files.
Any clue as to what's going on?

On a side note, I tried to run the Windows version under Wine, and ran into a Python 2.7 error. So now am without Bible Analyzer and feeling quite sad!

Thanks for any help to get this running (Linux version preferred, or Windows version under Wine).

Re: Module Files Missing

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:32 pm
by Tim
Bible Analyzer can't find the modules it needs to start. They should be in your Documents/ BIble Analyzer/Modules folder.

Try deleting your Documents/ BIble Analyzer folder and then start Bible Analyzer. It will generate a new one. If it still won't start try running Bible Analyzer from Terminal by entering
and post the output.