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Alternative of oneNote on Linux

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Have been looking for an alternative to OneNote which will run on CentOS.

I've looked at Evernote, but it's support for Linux is emerging (supports Android, but not other flavors yet).

I've looked at nixnote, but it looks as though I might have to make from source. I can do that, but would prefer to find something in the standard CentOS repositories.

None of the other recommendations I've found out on the net show up in any 'yum list recommended-tool' runs.

Most seem to recommend getting an MS Live account and accessing OneNote in the MS cloud with a browser. I suppose I could do that, but would prefer my data stay on my CentOS box.

Any recommendations?

posted Nov 24, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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2 Answers

+2 votes

You can try these alternatives :

1. Evernote
2. Tiddlywiki
3. CintaNotes
4. Tomboy
5. Nevernote

These are the closest and good application as an alternative of onenote.

answer Nov 25, 2013 by Shekhar P
Evernote is best.
+1 vote

It is very simple:

  1. Register yourself on skydrive and use One Note at any OS (Linux, Mac, Windows, etc).

  2. All you need is only Internet connection and Web Browser.

  3. Make your own One Note and use it for your pleasure. (I did try to upload One Note from my desktop, but it doesn't work)

PS. Do not forget, you can paste in One Note only using Ctrl+V keys, mouse doesn't work.
and you'll get 7GB free space on skydrive.com

answer Dec 4, 2013 by anonymous
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