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Wiki software like OneNote with some extra options on Linux
I've been using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft OneNote, but now I'm migrating to Linux (Ubuntu). As a result, I'm looking for a wiki software which can replace OneNote, with the following features:
running on Linux
free of charge
keeping multiple notes
links between notes
notes can have images and hyperlinks
online and offline backup for all notes
syncing between machines
distributed, offline editing
show some notice or warning when a note/image is deleted and there is a link to that
show dead links
OneNote is a good application but it has some disadvantages. For example, a notebook could be stored offline or online or it may contain dead links. It is also not free and it only works on Windows, although it is available on the web - I'm looking for both offline and online editing. What could be a good replacement given those requirements?
It is not necessary to be available "from outside" (e.g. a web service), and a loca
(+) running on Linux
(+) free of charge
(+) formatting text
(+) keeping multiple notes
(+) hierarchical structure
(-) links between notes
(-/+) notes can have images and hyperlinks
(+/-) online and offline backup for all notes
(+) syncing between machines
(+/-) distributed, offline editing
(-) show some notice or warning when a note/image is deleted and there is a link to that
(-) show dead links