While PC Study Bible
can be run under some Windows emulators on Linux, PC Study Bible
has not been written to run on native Linux. Biblesoft does not support PC Study Bible on Linux.
This knowledgebase article is not an endorsement of any product or company. However, we have heard the following thoughts and experiences from users. Since Biblesoft doesn't support Linux, (did we mention that PC Study Bible isn't supported on Linux?), these user reports/suggestions have not been verified or tested by Biblesoft.Some people have been able to run PC Study Bible via Windows emulators under Linux (e.g. win4lin). Win4lin does require that you have a copy of Windows, we understand.
Code Weavers may work for running Biblesoft products under Linux. In fact, we have heard promising reports about Codeweavers' Crossover Office Standard 4.2.
One user reported: “I actually found a very nice package called "Gnome Sword" which can be found via a link at The CrossWire Bible Society. If you get other inquiries from Linux users you might want to point them to that site.”
We have also heard about BibleTime.
If you have any information to add about Bible programs on Linux, feel free to post a comment below and it will be considered for addition to this article.