How to install VNote Note Taking app on Ubuntu

VNote is a free and open source note taking app in markdown for Windows, macOS and Linux. You use this app as a note taking application and also as a markdown editor. It is VIM like markdown editor for programmers and advanced users. The note management comes with folders and plain text notes support with no database. It supports HTML, PDF, PDF and images. You can insert images in your note directly from your clipboard. Some other useful features are full text search, syntax highlight, HiDPI support and themes. You can view live preview for diagrams and in place preview of images and formulas. It is released under MIT license.

Install VNote Note Taking app on Ubuntu:

You can install VNote Note Taking app on Ubuntu via portable AppImage. For that first you need to download VNote Note Taking app AppImage file on your system from the below VNote Note Taking app download link.

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Download VNote Note Taking app:

After that right click on the downloaded .AppImage file and select Properties.Then go to the Permissions tab and check the Allow executing files as program option to give the permission to run the program. Or you can also change the permission via terminal app by running the below command.

cd Downloads

Here my default download location is “Downloads” folder. you can change the download location in above command according to yours.

Then run,

sudo chmod +x ~ VNote-2.8-x86_64.AppImage

Note: Here the downloaded file is “VNote-2.8-x86_64.AppImage” . you can change the file name in above command according to yours.

Then run the below command and press the enter key

sudo ./VNote-2.8-x86_64.AppImage
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  1. Klaas Vaak

    VNote is my go-to note management app. It has lots of features under the hood, many aren’t even listed. It is primarily a markdown app, but it supports HTML code too, which is useful as markdown does have its limitations. I can recommend VNote, and Typora is a close runner-up.

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