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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    When it comes to meeting physically, I would like to be able to attend the ICCM (International Conference on Computing and Mission) in February 2007.

    The next edition of it will be in Chiang Mai,...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    @Jereme

    I am sorry of the way it goes really. I wish we could just sit around a table and talk. I feel frustrated by our failure of communication on the forums and over email.

    As of following...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    Jereme,

    It really seems we have a communication problem. The reason why I've been posting on this forum before and today again is because I care that users get the best quality of service when...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    What I'm saying is that users will switch to Edgy soon, they will not stick to Dapper for years, and if you don't support Edgy, there will be breakage. There might actually even be upgrading issues...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    Yes, the issue is linked to this. This thread is about including the clucene m4 file in sword, which has been done already, and allows to build using clucene now. This is how sword 1.5.9 was built...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    No, sword 1.5.9 works perfectly well. It's gnomesword that lacks clucene libs detection in m4 files to build properly. Gnomesword builds fine with sword 1.5.8 because clucene libs are not activated...
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    I totally understand where you come from on this decision. However, Dapper being more stable than Edgy is more of a belief than a fact in my opinion. LTS as you pointed out means "Long Term Support"....
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    Re: GnomeSword broken in Edgy

    Some more debugging infos:

    @LUCENE_LIBS@ is not defined at build. This seems to come from a lack of declaration in the m4 file. Adding a declaration for the clucene libs might allow it to build...
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    Re: Automatix -- ethical question

    You read the law of all countries deweese?
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    Re: Bible languages

    Hi Jim,

    The sword-language-packs packages have been added to Edgy, not to Dapper. If you want to benefit from the language packs, you have two options: either upgrade to Edgy (or wait for it to be...
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    Re: About creating UbuntuCE

    Using scripts and tools such as Reconstructor or UCK is a way to do it indeed. However, some old customized Ubuntu projects have contacted us lately to learn how to do it the metapackage way, because...
  12. Re: Install Ubuntu CE Dansguardian GUI in default Ubuntu...

    No I don't think I can take you through the steps by email, unless I write the whole Ubuntu packaging guide again.

    If you don't have time to chat, I suggest you read the Ubuntu packaging guide...
  13. Re: Install Ubuntu CE Dansguardian GUI in default Ubuntu...

    Thank you for taking the time to make a package Jereme. As it is, your package is not distributable for technical and licensing reasons, but if you're willing to join on IRC or contact me through...
  14. Re: Install Ubuntu CE Dansguardian GUI in default Ubuntu...

    Hi Jereme,

    Yes, I had a look at your scripts.

    It is not my intention at all to draw users from Ubuntu CE.

    I am not talking as the Ichthux leader here, but as an Ubuntu developer.

    In this...
  15. Re: Install Ubuntu CE Dansguardian GUI in default Ubuntu...

    I reckon that it would be nice to have a Dansguardian GUI in Ubuntu, and that your script might be a nice one.

    We are working hard in Ubuntu to provide the best pieces of open-source software to...
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    Re: v1.3 is out already working on v1.4...

    Yes, GS and BT have module managers. Those are adapted for users to add modules manually, eventually, but not for system-wide installation of modules. You can do anything without using packages:...
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    Re: v1.3 is out already working on v1.4...

    @Jereme: if you need ideas on useful things to do, we need to debug gnomesword 2.1.7 with libsword6 as it is currently broken after the lib transition we just overtook. Then we need to fix bibledit...
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    Re: Bible languages

    Ichthux is based on Kubuntu and will provide what you need, together with BibleTime and Kio-Sword as Biblestudy programs :)

    God bless


    RaphaŽl
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    Re: Bible languages

    Hi,

    There are a few sword modules in the repositories. The Ichthux team cares to add more of them, so please let us know which ones you would like to see, among the GPL-compliant ones on the Sword...
  20. Re: There might be a possible future conflict with the name UbuntuCE

    As Laserjock pointed out, Kubuntu/Xubuntu/Edubuntu/Ichthux (as of version 6.10) use exactly the same repositories as Ubuntu. They are the same OS, with the same packages, the same developers, the...
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    Re: Gnomesword vs. Bibletime...thoughts??

    Just an annoucement, since this thread is about BibleTime:

    BibleTime 1.6 is out, together with Sword 1.5.9!

    They will soon be packaged and available in Ubuntu Edgy (6.10), so Ichthux 6.10 will...
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    Re: Ubuntu CE vs Ichthux

    Hi,

    Dual booting is not necessary in that case since it is the same OS. Ichthux is a derivative as Kubuntu/Xubuntu or Edubuntu.

    You can very well get an Ubuntu installation, install Ichthux by...
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