2019年02月24日14时19分10秒 | 作者: 昆纬 | 标签: 装置,界面,中文 | 浏览: 1599
Evernote is a great application for taking notes and having them available virtually anywhere—except for Linux, sadly. Here’s how to get the Windows client working in Ubuntu using Wine.
There are a couple of things that we need to have before we can install Evernote in an Ubuntu box: the latest and Wine 1.3 or better.Installing Evernote
is an open source software for running Windows applications on other operating systems, which means we can get our hands on many good Windows applications even while running Ubuntu on our PC.
We need to get the latest Wine release to run Evernote on our machine, so run the following command in sequence on your console to do so, remembering to press “Enter” to execute each command.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wine1.3
Ubuntu will place Wine under “Application” “Wine”.
We managed to install Evernote 4.0 by configuring Wine to emulate Windows 7 settings.
The console is your friend when it comes to installing Evernote. The console will log any error during the installation process that we can use for any sort of trouble shooting. Run the following command in your console to install Evernote:
wine [fullpath to Evernote setup .exe file]
Click “Install” to go through the installation process.