For ElementaryOS : Freya 0.3.1 (x32) # Initial Considerations # I had never tried Evernote on Wine before. I used clones and the webclient, but always found them lacking. I wanted the full experience and I wanted it on Linux. I'm very happy with the results. It's fast. I mean REALLY fast. # Installation # Install eOS Use SoftwareUpdater to recent version (0.3.1) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 Reboot (or not. but you should.) Configure Wine [i'm using the WinXP profile and didn't change ANYTHING ELSE Download Evernote_18.104.22.16852 (from filehippo) wine Evernote_22.214.171.12452.exe [install] [Go to shortcut on menu] Click Evernote (and test with dummy account, don't sync your life just yet!) Play around, see if the essentials work [create, delete, sync, edit, etc] If all ok, logout and log back in to Sync your life. # OPTIONAL # 1. Smoothfonts (I needed it to make it really pretty) wget http://files.polosatus.ru/winefontssmoothing_en.sh bash winefontssmoothing_en.sh credit: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/48073-running-evernote-in-wine-on-linux/ 2. tahoma.ttf & tahomabd.ttf (Don't really care for bold) 3. corefonts # FINAL CONSIDERATIONS # I really wanted the latest version (1.9) running, but I couldn't figure it out. Everything kinda worked except the edit windows/preview panes. Editing notes was/is impossible, the WYSIWYG editor didn't show at all, the weird thing is that creating every other kind of note works great but still, no classic editing. If anyone knows the answer, do let us know. This walkthrough also works with Wine1.6, but I had mixed results due to MONO and the fonts. Got very poor results on x64 distro and repos. Will post on WineHQ when I have some days of intensive use. Thanks to rolabear for starting the topic.