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  1. Hi Everyone, As a Linux user I have always struggled to find a way to get Accordance to run at all. Using wine never worked (although I got close but the Accordance screens were all black and had errors related to Gecko installation in Wine that prevented Accordance from connecting to the internet properly). It seems like it is possible for Accordance 10 to work on Linux for some but I only started using Accordance at Accordance 11. Anyways I have found that the best compromise for now if I want to have accordance running in the background while using Linux is to use a virtual machine. Specifically what has worked for me is using Gnome boxes on Fedora 35. I recommend watching this video for getting windows 10 set up on gnomebox: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1c5wiQhgZU . I also recommend optimizing windows 10 in the virtual machine as much as possible so that it runs smoothly. That would include the two downloads that are recommended in the video from Spice tools. On top of that I would recommend getting ccleaner and uninstalling as much as possible from Windows 10 in the tool menu. I also recommend using O&O ShutUp10++ software to disable background data retrieving processes that could be slowing down windows 10 (this video explains it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCkbgYCygss). I also disabled Intel AMT, Cortana, used no microsoft id on setup, deleted onedrive, in privacy settings I also turned off all Windows permissions and all App permissions in each section (5 under windows permissions and 22 under app permissions) (this video touches on how to disable Intel AMT and Cortana and the other steps that I took: https://youtu.be/25uEMYWefi0?t=375). Also helpful is having 4gigs of ram for the virtual machine (I have 16gigs in total) and having an ssd drive for everything to run on. Anyways I got Accordance 13 fully set up and the performance of my windows 10 virtual machine has significantly improved after making all the adjustments detailed above. It is now running full-screen (initially the screen is small until the Spice tools are installed) and feels just about as fast as when I run windows 10 normally without a VM. Supposedly Gnome boxes is much better for this then Virtual box or other VMs. I hope this helps another fellow Linux user.
  2. I'm a long-time user of accordance with a lot of money poured into some big accordance packages. While I started on Mac, I've moved (long arduous story short) to linux and LOVE it more than anything I've ever used. The only thing I can't do on my linux machine is use accordance. I would never dual boot back to Windows for anything but for accordance. I don't want to have to switch bible software after all the investment and love I have for accordance. Can you please port a linux version from your similar UNIX Mac version? This would be so amazing and would solve my problems entirely. I know I'm not alone. Windows and Mac have put enough people off that many of us are turning to the '3rd option' in OS's: Linux. Wine is something of a solution, but I can't get it to make accordance work yet, though I've spent hours on it already. God bless your efforts and any help you can bring to us OS outcasts. Linux is much cheaper than Mac OS, and would make it so I could spend a lot more money on Accordance Bible products! Thanks!
  3. smhr

    Linux support

    Hi, I purchased Accordance because it ran on Linux using Wine (Logos did not). It worked really well until version 10.4.3. Starting from Accordance 10.4.3, I Accordance doesn't work anymore on Linux, I can't even start it. I know that you are not officially supporting Accordance on Linux, but I wonder if you might consider that. You could work with Codeweavers to get Accordance running on Linux without Code changes from your side. Thanks Samuel PS: If there are any other Linux users that would love to see Linux support for Accordance, please raise your voice here
  4. Is anybody running Accordace 12 in Virtualbox? I find it unusable. I have been using Accordance 9 for over ten years now, first on classic MacOS, then on various versions of the BasiliskII emulator under both Windows and Linux. I now upgraded to Accordance 12 which obviously does not run under the classic OS anymore. Since Accordance 12 does not run on wine I installed it within a Windows 10 virtual machine under Virtualbox. It works, however unacceptably slow. It is impossible to scroll any text or even enter any characters. It takes tens of seconds to perform any action. This is on a very fast PC within a Virtualbox that runs virtually any application, including Photoshop and QuarkXPress with large documents flawlessly, so it should not hang because of lacking computing power. Does anybody have any recommendations?
  5. Hi, I purchased Accordance 11 through school. I am using Debian GNU/Linux and have a problem at installing Accordance. I patched the WINE (which I downloaded from Accordance support web page). Follow is the information of my computer: $ uname -a Linux desktop-je 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt20-1+deb8u3 (2016-01-17) i686 GNU/Linux $ wine --version wine-1.7.44 The installing itself was OK but when I try to set it up, it always says "Active Internet Connection not found." Please see the attached screetshot for the error message. I checked with my WINE and it has internet connection. To make sure, I installed wine version of firefox which works very well. $ wine ipconfig /all fixme:ole:RemUnknown_QueryInterface No interface for iid {00000019-0000-0000-c000-000000000046} Hostname. . . . . . . . . . . . . : desktop-je Node type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP routing enabled. . . . . . . . : No Ethernet adaptor lo Connection-specific DNS suffix. . : Description . . . . . . . . . . . : lo Physical address. . . . . . . . . : DHCP enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No IPv4 address. . . . . . . . . . . : IPv6 address. . . . . . . . . . . : ::1 Default gateway . . . . . . . . . : Ethernet adaptor eth0 Connection-specific DNS suffix. . : hsd1.il.comcast.net Description . . . . . . . . . . . : eth0 Physical address. . . . . . . . . : 50-E5-49-EC-9D-06 DHCP enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No IPv4 address. . . . . . . . . . . : IPv6 address. . . . . . . . . . . : fe80::52e5:49ff:feec:9d06%2 Default gateway . . . . . . . . . : Any help on this? I am not in a hurry because I have BibleWorks as well, but I do want to use what I paid for. Thank you, and the grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ be with you all. Je
  6. alagad_ng_diyos

    Latest Accordance on Linux

    Hello everyone! Since switching to Linux, I haven't opened accordance for a looooong time. Anyone ever tried the latest version with Wine or Crossover perhaps? I'm interested to know because if it works, then it may be time to buy resources and start using Accordance again.
  7. Hello I have just read an article about this app. I don't have used it, but maybe it let run Accordance on Linux and the full Accordance on a Android tablet. I don't need it at the moment. But maybe one of you will test it (Demo: 14 days for free) and share his or her experience. https://www.codeweavers.com
  8. I run Accordance 10.4.5 under Wine on Linux. It runs pretty well, but installing new modules from easy install fails. The modules download but are not copied to the module directory or marked as installed. Upgrading modules doesn't automatically work, but I can manually copy the new module over the top of the old one and it is recognised. I notice you can manually install a module from the Library pane, but how can you select a .atext (or .atool) module since these are directories under Windows? Just copying the module to the right location does not make it appear in the Library. Interestingly, easy install does work with Accordance 12 under Wine, but there are too many redraw issues to realistically run version 12 under Wine. (Pity because apart from this version 12 looks nicer under Wine than version 10.) Thanks, David
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