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  • reMarkableScripts

    shell scripts to interact with the tablet from reMarkable.com

    I use this script: https://github.com/adaerr/reMarkableScripts/blob/master/pdf2remarkable.sh Completely standalone, doesn't require the cloud API or web interface. It only depends on standard linux tools (ssh, scp, uuidgen).

  • scripts

    [ THIS PROJECT IS CURRENTLY ON HALT :( ] A set of bash scripts that may enhance your reMarkable experience (by reHackable)

    There is the option to use the built-in webinterface directly (which is what a lot of the tools out there are using internally), alternatively, there are a couple of CLI options, such as reHackable scripts, which are unfortunately discontinued, or reMarkable CLI tooling or a reMarkable FUSE filesystem. There are more listed on https://github.com/reHackable/awesome-reMarkable , you might want to go through that list if you find something that suits your needs.

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  • remarkable-cli-tooling

    Tooling for the reMarkable paper tablet.

    There is the option to use the built-in webinterface directly (which is what a lot of the tools out there are using internally), alternatively, there are a couple of CLI options, such as reHackable scripts, which are unfortunately discontinued, or reMarkable CLI tooling or a reMarkable FUSE filesystem. There are more listed on https://github.com/reHackable/awesome-reMarkable , you might want to go through that list if you find something that suits your needs.

  • remarkable-fs

    A FUSE filesystem wrapper for the reMarkable tablet

    There is the option to use the built-in webinterface directly (which is what a lot of the tools out there are using internally), alternatively, there are a couple of CLI options, such as reHackable scripts, which are unfortunately discontinued, or reMarkable CLI tooling or a reMarkable FUSE filesystem. There are more listed on https://github.com/reHackable/awesome-reMarkable , you might want to go through that list if you find something that suits your needs.

  • awesome-reMarkable

    A curated list of projects related to the reMarkable tablet

    There is the option to use the built-in webinterface directly (which is what a lot of the tools out there are using internally), alternatively, there are a couple of CLI options, such as reHackable scripts, which are unfortunately discontinued, or reMarkable CLI tooling or a reMarkable FUSE filesystem. There are more listed on https://github.com/reHackable/awesome-reMarkable , you might want to go through that list if you find something that suits your needs.

  • remy

    Remy, an online&offline manager for the reMarkable tablet

    There's Remy. It used to be a nightmare to install, but the devel branch now has more straightforward dependencies. [Disclaimer: I'm the author]

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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