Category: Main Productivity Evernote 4.3.x

Evernote (139823) Public and later

Application Details:

Version: 4.3.x
License: Free to use
Votes: Marked as obsolete
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.4.1

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Test Results

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What works

Nothing. WINE isn't known to work out well for Fedora. It worked on my Ubuntu computer though. Shame, I like Fedora a lot.

What does not



What was not tested

Everything past installation

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Additional Comments

Maybe 64bit Fedora is a factor, but yet again, my Ubuntu is 64bit

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentFedora 17 x86_64Nov 13 20121.4.1No Not installable GarbageMjmC 
ShowUbuntu 12.04 "Precise" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Nov 12 20121.4.1Yes Yes SilverMjmC 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 6.x "Squeeze" x86_64Apr 18 20111.3.18Yes Yes PlatinumChris W 
ShowUbuntu 11.04 "Natty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 29 20111.2.2Yes Yes Goldan anonymous user 

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Evernote doesn't work after upgrade to 11.04 Ubuntu
by Janet on Wednesday August 3rd 2011, 11:58
This is the log from the terminal. I'm a very basic user and need this program for my work.
Please help.

fixme:advapi:LookupAccountNameW (null) L"root" (nil) 0x33f160 (nil) 0x33f164 0x33f158 - stub
fixme:advapi:LookupAccountNameW (null) L"root" 0x16e7b0 0x33f160 0x16e538 0x33f164 0x33f158 - stub
fixme:msi:ControlEvent_SpawnWaitDialog Doing Nothing
err:msi:ACTION_CallDllFunction Custom action (L"C:\\users\\root\\Temp\\msiacc5.tmp":L"ExitEvernoteApplications") caused a page fault: c0000005
fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilter 4a 00000001
fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilter c058 00000001
fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilter c057 00000001
fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilter c05a 00000001
fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilter c059 00000001
fixme:threadpool:RtlQueueWorkItem Flags 0x4 not supported
fixme:threadpool:RtlQueueWorkItem Flags 0x4 not supported
fixme:threadpool:RtlQueueWorkItem Flags 0x4 not supported
X Error of failed request: BadLength (poly request too large or internal Xlib length error)
Major opcode of failed request: 65 (X_PolyLine)
Serial number of failed request: 1005
Current serial number in output stream: 1006
by Andrei Canciu on Monday April 25th 2011, 13:53
"that it doubt" -> "that I doubt"
Slow, redraw issues
by Andrei Canciu on Monday April 25th 2011, 13:52
How can this get a "Platinum" rating when it's unusable?

Sure, probably everything works properly but it's slow as molasses. Also, some weird redraw issues making it look awful - this is not important though, the slowness is what is making it unusable (no exaggeration here, I really, really doubt anyone can use it as it's working right now).

Yes, I'm using 1.3.17 instead of the mentioned 1.3.18, but I've been following this for so long that it doubt any improvements have been made regarding Evernote in 1.3.18.
RE: Slow, redraw issues
by Chris W on Monday April 25th 2011, 14:01
I tested with the 64-bit native build of WINE 1.3.18, and it's not fast, but certainly usable. This was tested on a fairly low-end Phenom I 9950 (quad-core, 2600MHz) and a somewhat more powerful Phenom II 640 (3.1GHz) in 64-bit installations of Debian Lenny. It might be unusably slow on an Atom-based netbook or similar, but that wasn't the hardware I was testing with. If you've had different results on relatively modern hardware and you want to post your own findings, feel free.
RE: Slow, redraw issues
by Andrei Canciu on Monday April 25th 2011, 16:22
I'm using this on an i3 2.5 GHz computer running Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit. Same results on a Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz running the same Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit.

Maybe it has something to do with the number of notes you have? How many notes do you have? In the account I'm testing it with I have ~1900 notes.
RE: Slow, redraw issues
by Chris W on Monday April 25th 2011, 18:42
You could very well be on to something there. My account only has 641 notes at current count. If my guess about inter-process communication (in my review above) is correct, it could be badly compounded by all of the thumbnailing required of ~2k notes. Ouch.