I just installed crunchbang and I am wondering if any of you tried installing everpad on it? I'm a regular evernote user and unfortunately they don't have a linux release yet and the web version loads forever.
I tried, rather half heatedly it must be said, and couldn't get it to work. In the end I installed the Windows version running on Wine. It seems to work well enough.
I didn't say it was your fault... I said I was going to blame you.
Everpad works on my Ubuntu 13.04 test install, not so much on anything else. You could try "Evernote Web Clipper" and "Clearly" Chrome browser extensions to see if they would meet you needs.
Last edited by pghjake (2013-01-21 11:46:30)
I tried by adding the repo (which obviously didn't work) and by building it (which resulted in an error).
Spent quite some time on it, checking I had all the required packages etc., but no go. At one point it ran as a process, but with no real interface.
I suppose it relies too heavily on Unity to work with Xfce/Openbox?
I'll try Nixnote. Yeah, Everpad relies too much on Unity to be usable in Openbox. Thanks guys!
I tried Nixnote/Nevernote and downloaded the.deb file but it says "Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: libssl0.9.8"
So, now I'm stuck.
Thanks! I'll try it next week. For the meantime I installed the windows version of evernote through Wine. It is actually ok except for the annoying horizontal lines on the left panel but I can work with that. I will definitely try to install NixNote next weekend. Thanks for the support guys!
"sudo apt-get install libssl0.9.8" didn't work. As far as I can see, I already have libssl1.0.0 installed, but still not good enough
Can someone help? I'd rather not use Wine on my Linux box.
If @CrunchBang #Linux was a hand - I'd high-five it.
Personally I just use the Evernote web clipper extension in Chrome and the web version of Evernote in my browser (even on my Windows laptop, where I have the Evernote app installed also). Have you tried just doing that? I find it to be pretty much the same thing.
I have installed libssl0.9.8 from here: http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/i386 … 8/download
and then installed NixNote. No issues.
Thanks for this thread.
I installed libssl0.9.8_0.9.8o-4squeeze14_i386.deb as suggested above, but I'm still getting the same error.
How do I tell the nixnote installation that the above deb is the one it wants?
Following the instrctions above, I came upon a solution.
I'm using NixNote as I type
Download libssl0.9.8 from here: