I was using this manager for a while on Windows and was unsure if everything will work right on Linux Mint and it did and I'm glad :)
Keepass2 is my favorite password manager, especially because it allows me to access my .kdbx database in my mailbox.org folder via WebDav (HTTPS).
Nice password manager that is available for almost all platforms. Unfortunately the minimize to tray function is not working under Linux Mint Tricia (Cinnamon).
For the Keepass2 user on Windows with several PC to handle this version is the right one. KeepassXC can't handle SFTP to open my databases somewhere in the Internet and it works!
Makes for an easy switch from Windows keepass2. IT's done in MONO but uses native code for the password hashing so it's very fast. This has a markedly better password generator, and handles extended attributes much more inteligently than either keepassx or keepassxc. Need to install xsel and xdotool with this, though, for full clipboard support.
An sich ganz gut und eine 1:1 Kopie der Windows-Version. Leider nicht mehr wirklich aktuell und durch die Portierung stark verbuggt. Es kann passieren dass das Tool einfach abstürzt. Schade :( KeePassX läuft immerhin gut.
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 !