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Tomboy on F12 to Gnote on Centos

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I'm trying to convert my Tomboy notes from an old F12 system to Gnote on this CentOS 6 system.

What I have found buy googling so far:
- Tomboy notes used to be stored in $HOME/.tomboy
- Some Tomboy upgrade moved them to $HOME/.local/share/.tomboy
- Gnote stores its notes in $HOME/.local/share/gnote
- Gnote has a Tomboy note converter add-in

My Tomboy notes are in /home/steve/.tomboy so I had the old Tomboy system.
I have the Tomboy add-in installed in Gnote

I have tried copying my notes from $HOME/.tomboy to
$HOME/.local/share/gnote and I have also tried copying them to
$HOME/.local/share/tomboy but in either case I don't see them in gnote.

Do I have a directory name wrong or is there some action needed to start the conversion?

posted Jul 27, 2013 by Jagan Mishra

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1 Answer

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I am not sure about Gnote. I have rebuilt Tomboy 1.2.2-1 (no GPG) in my public repo and it informed me that he moved all my notes to new location (if I remember correctly).

I use that Tomboy version every day and enjoy in Sync option via Local folder (NFS) and SSH.

answer Jul 28, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal
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