Posted 26 December 2014 - 12:55 PM
Accordance has a pretty small staff, and the resources it'd take to do a full Linux port probably wouldn't justify it.
I'm not certain any Bible software company is large enough to port to Linux. Bible software is already a niche market, and Bible software on Linux is a very tiny niche of the niche. It would just about have to be a community endeavor.
Personally, I'd like to see it done by the users. I've wanted for a while to get an inexpensive laptop to use as a Linux machine. If we ever got a setup that was fairly stable, I imagine we could link to it, but without giving it official support.
Accordance Bible Software
Gear for Running Accordance:
2014 Mac Mini - 2.6 Ghz dual core Intel Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, macOS Mojave (beta)
2016 15" MacBook Pro - 2.9 Ghz quad core Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 2 TB SSD, macOS High Sierra
2014 15.6" Acer R7-572 - 1.6 Ghz Core i5, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB mSATA, 512 GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro
+ Parallels install of Windows 10 Pro on the above MacBook Pro
2017 iPhone X - 256 GB, T-Mobile, iOS 12 (beta)
2016 iPad Pro (12.9”) - 256 GB, T-Mobile, iOS 12 (beta)
2017 Amazon Fire HD 8 - 32 GB internal + 64 GB microSD, Fire OS 5.6 (=Android OS 5.x)
2017 Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 - 128 GB internal, Android OS 8.0
2017 Blu Grand M - 8 GB internal + 64 GB microSD, Android OS 6.0