[CS-FSLUG] Macs and Linux use in CD Vol 80 - Issue 11

davidm at hisfeet.net davidm at hisfeet.net
Mon Nov 1 02:21:13 CDT 2010

I was using BibleTime in Mepis 6. It may be that Mepis did some "tweaking"
with it.  I found it very intuitive, and quick.  The access to the Greek
and Hebrew were very simple and quick. It was easy to change the format of
the presentation - for instance to display three versions of the Bible at
a time side by side.

It's been awhile, And I'm having trouble remembering details for comparison.
I dropped Mepis, because there was a long time when I could not access
their repositories.  When I could again, I had discovered Mint, and didn't
really want to change back.

> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 2:15 AM,  <davidm at hisfeet.net> wrote:
>> Now it seems to have gone down hill in the user friendly department. I'm
>> still using it, but don't like it as well.
> I presume you are talking about BibleTime. I use it regularly, and am
> curious where you think it's gone downhill? (I was actually one of the
> few people in the world to compile BT (1.6) for X11 on OSX--and I
> practically had to compile _every_ dependency on the way!-- and used
> this for a several years until BT divested itself of the KDE elements
> that kept it from cross-compiling, and now use it native on OSX)
> --
>  -Jon Glass
> Krakow, Poland
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