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When will the evernote for linux client release?


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When will the evernote for linux client release? Even the link which was used for users to test evernote on linux is dead. Now how can I install evernote for linux?

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It does seem to be the longest beta in EN history! For me it is pretty much identical to the Windows version but much faster on a less capable machine. I think somebody suggested, in a different thread, that releasing a production version, given all the different flavours of Linux, was not a trivial task.

There is some discussion elsewhere about the broken link - conclusiobn was contact support if you are on the beta program.

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Then can I try publishing the evernote application to the linux appstores after getting an evernote account, like user@evernote.com instead of user@gmail.com ?

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2 minutes ago, quilty said:

Then can I try publishing it to the linux appstores after getting an evernote account ?

Of course not. The software belongs to Evernote. It is beta software. It isn't yours to distribute. The conditions of participating in the beta program prohibit such action.

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2 hours ago, agsteele said:

Of course not. The software belongs to Evernote. It is beta software. It isn't yours to distribute. The conditions of participating in the beta program prohibit such action.

That is why I asked after becoming an evernote member by getting an evernote account can I publish it? I did not ask whether I wanted to submit this app individually.

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4 hours ago, quilty said:

That is why I asked after becoming an evernote member by getting an evernote account can I publish it? I did not ask whether I wanted to submit this app individually.

The EN software is not OpenSource, and only compiled versions are distributed. So legally it is a no go - and technically senseless.

EN is based on the interaction between the installed client and the cloud server and it’s functions. To install a beta client is pointless unless you can sync it with your EN account. And at this point this requires access to the beta program.

Currently the way to use EN on Linux without entering the beta is through the web client. Works for me even on a tiny Raspberry Pi.

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On 6/26/2022 at 12:46 PM, PortMacOnline said:

While you are holding your breath waiting for the official Linux port, I am using NixNote v2.1.5 on Linux Mint with no problems. It syncs up with my business Evernote account with no problems.

Why are you using an unofficial client when the official evernote app for linux already exists?

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I think the point is that there is only a beta release for Linux (and that only for Ubuntu). For those not on the beta program the only options for those wanting to use Evernote are to use the web browser, which is a fine and official solution, or to use a third-party option such as NixNote.

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Is the beta still going on? The last email I got for a download was April 22nd and when I click the link it says:

Seems we missed you...

Thanks for swinging by, but the beta you are trying to access has ended.
We'll be in touch when we have more features or apps for you to test.

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Em 03/07/2022 at 04:48, agsteele disse:

I think the point is that there is only a beta release for Linux (and that only for Ubuntu). For those not on the beta program the only options for those wanting to use Evernote are to use the web browser, which is a fine and official solution, or to use a third-party option such as NixNote.

I registered in the Linux Beta program but I receive any package to install. It's a problem for me.

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If you have not received the beta package then you have not been selected to participate and should use the web browser version of Evernote.

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