Is there any way to get inkdrop running on a modern Windows 10 corporate PC? Tons of restrictions, the most important being:
- No .exe allowed to run if it’s not in C:/Program files or C:/Program files (x86)
So no installation to my local user home directory (C:/Users//*) will ever be allowed to run. Which of course breaks a ton of existing software.
I have a special developer permit on my machine, so I’m able to install whatever I want. But I must adhere to the above rule.
Thank god for Windows subsystem for Linux, that’s my only way to get stuff like the python anaconda up and running. But getting inkdrop to run in WSL is a separate topic (just gathering symptoms, coming soon…) And running inkdrop natively in windows would still be preferred, it’s much less hassle to click on the inkdrop symbol than starting starting X client on windows, starting WSL and typing “inkdrop &”