Make Logos 4 and 5 avalible to individuals on Ubuntu and other Linux based operating systems.
Make Logos 4 and 5 avalible to individuals on Ubuntu and other Linux based operating systems
We will not be developing a desktop/offline application for Linux.
https://app.logos.com continues to improve and will be our solution for any platform that supports a web browser.
Pete Elliott commented
Logos 6 for Linux. Windows is expensive in a budget-constrained ministry setting. And, security vulnerabilities make Windows less attractive from a maintenance standpoint. Logos users are the only reason we continue to have Windows around at the church. Help us direct our resources to the areas where they matter most!
Refers to Logos 6, and following. Concerns about long term viability of Windows (including 10); Mac platform hardware simply too expensive. Thank you.
Dominik Wagner commented
Logos 6 is the only reason I run Windows on a Virtual Machine. I only run Linux on my Notebook.
The only reason I have Windows is because of the investment I have made in Logos Bible Software. There needs to be a fully functional Linux version of this program. Windows is very unstable and switching to Mac is very costly. I have Logos 6 and would like it to run under Linux. No other bible software has the capabilities to do what Logos does, but I am tied to one of two operating systems which I believe to be unacceptable!
Billy Cook commented
Make Logos 5 & 6 available to individuals on Ubuntu and other Linux based operating systems.
Eric Hallett commented
Yes! My computer just died, but I was able to pull out an old XP laptop. However, since Logos 4 can't be installed on XP any more, I'd love to be able to switch to Linux. Unfortunately, a computer upgrade is unlikely right now.
Very much in favor. I have to run a VM just so I can run the Logos software. I would love for Logos to run native in Linux...or at least run with wine (only if fully functional though...).
I work in Bible translation. I would switch to Linux yesterday for the sake of my national translation colleagues who just cannot afford a legal copy of Windows (ergo, a Windows 'virtual machine' is not an option either)... Linux is free, which solves a few ethical and social problems. Accessing Logos online is /not/ an option where we work.
I am in favor of this or any version of Logos that I can place on a Linux (Ubuntu) OS.
Logos is the only reason I don't run Linux on my main machine right now.
I agree, I rarely use Windows because of instability issues. Linux never crashes.
Or at least move to java or have a WINE version.
Michael Hall commented
I'd be very interested in a Linux version. I have a Linux workstation now and would like to be able to use Verbum on it.