From the main interface click File Open to change the directory to the one you created
Navigate to the folder where you put the “Rednotebook” folder (Restoring notes)
Go inside the folder and choose “Data”
You will find the notes you already entered.
Click OK and you are done! Make sure to do it on both systems and select the same folder for both systems. And it’s very important to choose a folder both Linux and Windows can “See”.
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Muaad Elsharif · 2015-04-14 at 19:21
I think so. Yes!
Thanks for the feedback anon 🙂
Anonymous · 2015-04-14 at 19:21
Anyone even use dis
Muaad Elsharif · 2018-10-28 at 14:11
That's a great idea, thank you for adding this to the post. Have a good one and drop by often!
Michael · 2018-10-28 at 14:09
I use RedNotebook in Linux. I agree, it is fantastic. I do not know what I would do without it. I started keeping a backup copy in Dropbox that stays synced with all my devices. It works well and I am able to add entries from any of my devices, as well.
Essentially, you do the same thing using Dropbox (or any cloud drive client). Once set up there is no chance for data loss. Great article, thanks!
Muaad Elsharif · 2020-06-27 at 18:15
I'm glad you found this information helpful. Thanks for dropping by.
gebikade217 · 2020-06-27 at 18:15
I am happy i came across your journal on how you were able to recover your files. I almost thought that there was no other way to restore my backup files. This info was helpful
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