the sixth (and coolest) tip...

Story: 5 tips to get the most out of Tomboy notesTotal Replies: 2
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Jun 27, 2011
8:21 PM EDT
open a terminal,

and enter the following commands:

sudo aptitude purge tomboy
sudo aptitude install gnote
(or if you're old-school, you can do apt-get instead of aptitude)

su -
apt-get purge tomboy
apt-get install gnote
that works just as well...


Jun 28, 2011
2:38 PM EDT
Just rip out Mono and Tomboy dissapears with it, always the first thing I do in synaptic after a linux install.

Jun 28, 2011
3:52 PM EDT
Tomboy ships with the Debian GNOME desktop. I was prepared to use it but couldn't copy/paste from a Tomboy note to another document. Not a problem in Gnote.

At this point I'm not using either one, though.

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