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    Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    Anyone know of one that comes close?

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    The closest IMO is the Firefox add-on Scrapbook. I use it as my Evernote replacement and like it a lot.

    I also like Tomboy Notes a lot.

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    Thank you both. I'll check them out.

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    Quote Originally Posted by L4U View Post

    I also like Tomboy Notes a lot.
    Tomboy notes is nothing more than digital sticky notes..



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    Don't even pretend they compare

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    ^That.

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    Xournal. Don't use gournal, it sucks.

    sudo apt-get install xournal
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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    zotero plug-in in ff. Otherwise zim.

    One-note has the unique capability of audio notes.

    Will One-note run in wine?
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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    Basket Note Pads is probably the closest to One Note as far as I'm aware. Note that it's a qt3 based app so will probably look fugly. I'm not quite sure what the development is doing... The last release (according to their website) was over a year ago, but some places seem to suggest work is being done. There is also a qt4 version in the arch linux aur, but not sure if that's official.

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    Re: Linux Equivilent to MS OneNote

    For me OneNote was the Windows "killer app" that got me to set up XP in a VirtualBox VM. It's an amazing application for taking notes in class. It definitely helped get me through grad school.

    As I said, I ran XP in VirtualBox, then launched OneNote in seamless mode. It integrated transparently with my Linux desktop and apps. For me, it was the perfect classroom hybrid.

    I tried OneNote in Wine (via Crossover). It worked pretty well, but could be a little unstable. It crashed from time to time and especially didn't like if the notebook files were not stored in the default location.
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