RedNotebook is a diary and journel for the *nix OS. This is a great software with some very good features.
This is available on fedora repo and hence to install you can just type:
sudo yum install rednotebook
Some features to note are:
- Enter text for individual days and navigate using a fancy calendar
- Add Categories to days and fill them with small content
- Tag your entries
- Format your text bold, italic or underlined
- Insert Images, files and links to websites
- Links and mail addresses are recognized automatically
- (Live-) Search
- Automatic saving
- Backup to zip archive
- Word Clouds with most often used words and tags
- Create a template for each day
- Export the journal to HTML, Latex or plain text
- RedNotebook is Open Source Software, you are free to use and redistribute it under the terms of the GPL
For all the windows developer out there, it is impossible to switch to Linux just because someone is looking for the Windows exe. Sooooooo bad. Not any more. There has been the MinGW compiler (and others) to compile the C programs on Linux box to run on Windows box. These cross compilers create windows exe and thus these can run on Windows natively without additional dll\’s. That\’s quite good, so how to do it.
Fedora has decided to include the cross compiler in the repository . Login as root and do the following:
yum install mingw32-gcc mingw32-binutils mingw32-gtk2 mingw32-gtk-vnc mingw32-libvirt mingw32-libxml2 mingw32-nsis mingw32-nsiswrapper
This will install the required rpms to get you started. Now the part about getting started and getting software to run on windows. To get the programs compiled for windows, you can follow the simple guide here. This guide talks about compiling the software when the configure script is available.
But otherwise if you have a simple C or cpp to compile you can simply use the mingw compiler to compile the program and you get the exe that you can try out with wine or run on windows machine. Happy coding.
Example of the coding and compiling:
cat <<EOF > a.c
printf(\”Amit Agarwal \\n\”);