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  1. REQUEST: Evernote for Linux

    One method to get Evernote running in Linux with offline support is to install the Android version in the Chrome web browser: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2014/09/install-android-apps-ubuntu-archon It's a bit fiddly to set up but quite easy. Just make sure to use the --tablet option when making the app. Camera (webcam), audio note recording, etc, all work.
  2. Thanks for the input. I will update my post with links to the wine db and other relevant sites. The wine db is great, but can be quite confusing and often fast out of date. And while I do add relevant info to the wine db as I can, surely there's room on the Evernote forums for some helpful info on running it in Linux? If you have any tips/tricks/known working combinations/etc, let me know and I'll add it to the post.
  3. REQUEST: Evernote for Linux

    I've just added a small post on getting Evernote running on WINE, intended to be expandable into something (hopefully) useful here: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/66262-running-evernote-using-wine-on-linux/ If it's already been done or in the wrong place, please let me know.
  4. This post is intended as a basic guide for getting Evernote running under WINE in Linux. If people want to share tips etc, maybe we can build it into something quite useful. Evernote (mostly) works fine for me under WINE and has the last few times I've tried, so I thought I'd share my setup, and if anyone has any further information to add that would be great. *WINE can be a sensitive beast so maybe a list of known working combinations of "WINE version + Evernote version" may help some people? **NOT intended as a "please make a Linux version" thread, there's plenty of those. What doesn't work for me: (I'm not a heavy Evernote user so probably missing a few things) -New Audio Note (might be fixable haven't tried) -New Webcam Note (might be fixable haven't tried) I'm currently using: Linux Distribution: Elementary OS 0.3 -Freya beta (Ubuntu 14.04) WINE version: 1.7.25 Evernote version: 5.6.4.4632 Not sure if the below WINE settings make a difference, don't have time to test maybe someone can confirm? WINE settings: -32bit prefix set because using a 64bit machine -set to Windows 7 in winecfg -running gdiplus riched20 and msxml3 as native libraries in winecfg (msxml3 installed via winetricks) -have corefonts package installed via winetricks (someone mentioned installing the Tahoma font in winetricks and using a font-smoothing hack but I haven't had any issues with fonts) Installing WINE 1.7: Here's how to install the latest version of WINE and winetricks using Ubuntu based distros: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 winetricks Screenshot of Evernote running on WINE 1.7: ***On a side note, I remember that for quite a while Google were packaging a very usable combo of WINE and Picassa for Windows into an installable deb/rpm/etc for Linux because they didn't want to create a native Linux version for whatever reasons.