Notion.so is a great tool for various tasks. I use it as a personal wiki but also for work-related notes.
Unfortunately there is no native support for Linux and even though this point has been mentioned quite often by the community, the Notion team did not provide a Linux Desktop App yet. Maybe it will never be shipped.
The Linux Desktop world can be evil when you have to make money selling applications.
Introduction The advantages of i3wm The disadvantages of i3wm My I3wm setup Introduction After switching from Windows/macOS to Linux about 1.5 years ago I tried many different Linux distributions and desktop environments. I do not want to go into details why I am running Arch Linux (Manjaro) in this post but rather talk about the “visual engine” in the background: the desktop environment. Strictly said, i3wm is not even a desktop environment but rather “only” a tiling window-manager1.
This guide reflects my view on how to setup a working Arch Linux system tailored towards data science, R and spatial analysis. If you have suggestions for modifications, please open an issue at https://github.com/pat-s/antergos_setup_guide. Enjoy the power of Linux!
Introduction Autofs Notes Introduction At work I usually have to connect to several servers. Some are Windows Servers, some are Linux Servers. On my local Linux machines (running Kubuntu 17.10 at the time writing this) I usually used /etc/fstab entries. However, the fstab way does not mount on boot and always needs manual re-mounting. I was told that there have been times in which automatic mounting during boot using fstab was working but I never managed to get it working although I tried several mount options like _netdev and others.