Don't know, didn't install it: I always use http://blueletterbible.org. It has everything, versions, concordance, commentaries, all of it.
CLI access to the KJV Bible. Absolutely fantastic! It very much reminds me of 'Godspeed' by Kindom Age Software for MS-DOS back in 1987. Simple, quick reference and concordance access. I use this every single week, as it works great for locating and inserting quick verses into documents. For a more fully featured desktop application, I highly recommend Bible Analyzer by Timothy Morton. A very professional-grade application (ofcourse it's free!) with modules that can be downloaded and added. Thank you for the 'bible' CLI application. It works well and efficiently. Now we just need someone to write a LibreOffice extension that will use the bible app to automatically insert verses when you type in the reference in a doc!
ditto Rickey, you can probably write your own frontend. However, there is a very nice bible reader available at Crosswire. Add the repo and install. https://launchpad.net/~unit193/+archive/ubuntu/crosswire
For a command line program it is great. If you are looking for a GUI program this isn't it, but if you just want to do a quick search at the Command Line then this is your program. What I love about it is I am able to write my own custom GUI front ends for it. Since it able to display scripture look ups, word searchs etc; most of the work is already done.
Apenas em linha de comando e em inglês.