10 Best Clipboard Managers for Linux

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3 Responses

  1. Mel says:

    Cheers for this list; I’ve had trouble installing many of these so I just went down the list and tried others! Clipit and Parcellite install but fail to launch, GPaste needs GTK 3.20 which fails to install.

    CopyQ installed but you can’t copy from it to external window (that option is bugged). Finally had some luck with Diodon. Installed it by adding their repository to apt and then apt install – easy enough.

    Had to dig around a bit to find how to set a global shortcut. If anyone else is looking, here’s how: https://esite.ch/2015/07/using-custom-shortcuts-of-de-as-diodon-hotkey/

  2. Jesse says:

    nice list here…i’ve been using pastie for a while now and it’s pretty minimalistic..

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