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Am trying to install Bibletime v2.9.2. I purged v2.8, added the crosswire ppa (ppa:pkgcrosswire/ppa) to my software sources and did a sudo apt-get update.

Since I don't have a fast internet connection, I wanted to know the Bibletime version available before installing it via terminal. I'd be glad if anyone can point me in the right direction.


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marked as duplicate by Raja, Mitch, Andrea Corbellini, Alaa Ali, Jorge Castro Sep 4 '13 at 16:51

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Try sudo apt-cache policy bibletime.

This command will also tell you which source ships what version. Additionally, you'll see the priorities of the sources.

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