An unofficial client of Evernote for Linux.
Debian and Ubuntu
Install from distribution repository
For users of Debian Stretch (Debian 9) or later, Debian unstable and Ubuntu 17.04+, you may install from the official repositories. This will become the stable release we will encourage users to install.
sudo apt update sudo apt install nixnote2
For users of Debian Stretch (Debian 9), you may also install the
latest upstream stable release from
# !! NOTE: You need to enable stretch-backports repository first # See https://backports.debian.org for instructions # After you enabled backports repository, type the following commands: sudo apt update sudo apt install nixnote2 -t stretch-backports
You may find the package information on Debian PTS.
Install via daily PPA
For testing the very latest functionality, there is an unstable Daily-build PPA for Debian/Ubuntu (provided by artmg). This is only recommended for Advanced users.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nixnote/nixnote2-daily sudo apt update sudo apt install nixnote2
These packages are also available in [archlinuxcn] unofficial repository.
NixNote is acailable via gentoo-zh overlay, you can install by:
# run with root privileges layman -a gentoo-zh emerge nixnote:1 # to install nixnote-1.6 # or emerge nixnote:2 # to install nixnote-2.0
RPM package on Copr
The NixNote2 package for Fedora and other distros using RPM packages is now on Copr, provided by Nuno Dias.
dnf copr enable nunodias/nixnote2 dnf install nixnote2 # OR for OLDER Distros using yum yum copr enable nunodias/nixnote2 yum install nixnote2