Keepassxc is now available from the repositories. It reads Keepass2 files, is written in C++ and so doesn't need Mono, and is quite simply THE best password manager for Linux available. Don't put up with a ropey old recompilation of a Windows program like this when you can use KeepassXC instead.
Original from Dominik Reichl and only 29 MB disk space. Other versions are no longer being upgraded since 2016 or are significantly larger at 2600MB.
I use it for 5 years with no problem. I use the same database (linux and win7). Never failed me.
Works great on Mint 18.3 Cinnamon (3.6.7) 64-bit
Except the none-working ui-customization and the none-working "use master key on secure-desktop" (wich is the worst one by far), and then another negative thing is that it's so far behind in versions. That being said, i still thin it's an ok software but not more or less. I would use KeePassX i think if it wasn't for the none-reference support.
Poor compabillity dark themes
Super! Dualboot = 1 DB for LM/Ubuntu & Windows
It's the perfect OpenSource Password Manager!
When you need small, but powerful password manager with passwords kept in exact single location you want without a wish to give them away to some cloud, Keepass is exactly for you. First version already was supported in all main OSes. Now I finally see version 2.0 too working without lags and glitches under Mint 19.1. Take it and enjoy.
Perfect for personal use. I miss fingerprint unlock in Android version.
Does not work well with dark themes - cant see anything and can't see a way to change anything?. Gone with KeePassX instead
Holds it's promises and does what I want it to do.
it has native ftp support (keepassx not)
It's a very nice tool, easy password manager !
Everything is great! A minor thing I'd like to point out: my cursor shrinks when hovering over the UI. Other than that, keep up the great work!
Funciona muy bien, no tiene la función de Cntrl+V muy util parael copiado directo del usuario y contrraseña. Falta que este actualizada.
No issue so far. If you want to add the keepassHttp plugin, you need to install via synaptic: Package outdated, in order to make the keepasshttp plugin work I had to do : libmono-system-xml-linq4.0-cil libmono-system-data-datasetextensions4.0-cil mono-mcs and their dependencies.
This one works with no difficulties (looking at the KeePassX package!), and seems to be the exact same one from Windows. Up-todate, no issues, not missing any functionality, although the GUI looks somewhat outdated.
I love Keepass2 on Windows, but Linux version is not so good. Freezes sometimes, some lags with Cyrillic (double "P" letter in group name doesn`t appear).