Someone just posted this link in my frankforum, but it seems better it be posted here, re the versions of Bibleworks which can be made to run on versions of Wine in Linux. The WineHQ link was provided, and you can click here to access it directly.
I've not yet installed any of my Bibleworks versions on Linux, so cannot vouch for the claim. Since it's an academic's dream software (especially for exegetes and pastors), I thought it would be important to put the link here, so someone can find it in BC.
There are posts in the Bibleworks forums also on this topic, especially with reference to Ubuntu installation, here. So you can see there is a great deal of interest, and eventually someone in BC will want a ready list.
When I get a chance to install it (I have versions 5, 8, 9 and the rules for installation are per user, not per machine so there is no limit on the number of machines nor on the Linux being internal) -- then I too will report.
Finally, if someone objects to this topic, please delete it. I have copied this post in frank forum, again so people can search the web and find it. This topic is not meant to discuss religion or faith at all, but merely Windows Bible exegesis (i.e., for the Hebrew and Greek mss, which are now shown in facsimile) software that many in academia use, which surprisingly can run in Linux.
Edited by brainout, 17 October 2015 - 03:09 AM.