If you want to connect browsers use the appimage or the PPA from the offical website
es una maravilla este programa y aun que me gusta mucho el formato "flatpak" prefiero su version en "AppImage". (This program is wonderful and even though I really like the "flatpak" format, I prefer its version in "AppImage".)
works perfect on linux mint 20.2! i use this on android, linux and windows. database is synced via cloud. works perfect across all platforms, used it for over 2 years now and i never had any issues. The only thing is, if you want to use the firefox-plugin, you have to install firefox OR keepassxc from an other source than flatpack. you can get it to work if keepass and firefox are installed as flatpack, but it's not trivial. a tutorial can be found on the keepassxc website.
Flatpak is the better version – more reliable and with more features such as running auto-type sequences
It's awesome. It's multiplatform, it's quick and easy to learn and use, and will be great for most users.
This flatpak installation wants to install 2.6GB of software to run. Simply apt-get install keepassxc to get the Ubuntu version. That being said, the password generator in keepassxc is markedly inferior to keepass2 - cannot make custom password profiles and cannot specify which symbols to include. The list of password symbols by default includes lots of unsafe characters. Also keepassxc doesn't let you pick additional attribute names from already used attribute names like keypass2 does. I find keepass2 is much easier to use.
KeepassXc is awesome. But the flatpak version is broken and fails at saving files from time to time. Better use the upstream ppa https://launchpad.net/~phoerious/+archive/ubuntu/keepassxc
+Import csv DB, -Bright theme UI, -DB write Error in LM-> Use latest https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc/issues/2474 https://snapshot.keepassxc.org/latest/
I've been using KeeyPassXC for a few months and it was going great until today. Out of the blue the database is corrupt and is immune to being repaired. Backup is also corrupt which leads me to think the app itself is wonky (this is on LM Cinnamon 19.1). Also, it's refusing to create any new databases and complains of database write failures to /run/user/1000/. I also cannot open any previous test keepass files (presumably failing in the background as well). This is quite a catastrophic failure and a blow to my confidence of using it again.
I wouldnt install if you are using cinnamon as it looks like this uses KDE as a tool of a few MB wants to install 2.4 gig of extra files. It might be good but I'd be concerned about installing half of KDE just to use a password manager
Very powerful tool. No bugs founded so far. the "time-based one time password" function works perfectly.
Better than KeePassX. Seems to have all the features KeePassX has, and some more (like integrated support for favicon download).
I'm a big fan of KeePass. This version is very polished. Word of caution, if you plan on using it alongside KeePassXC-Browser, this version did not work for me. Instead, download it from the KeePassXC website.
very good management better than keepassx
Funciona bem, mas não memoriza o ultimo banco de dados usado. por isso troquei pela versão snap
I've used KeePassX for quite a while and got on really well with it, but it doesn't seem to be actively developed at the moment so I switched to KeePassXC. This has the features I've been waiting for and is a great little tool. The only issue I've had is that when I install it from the Software Manager, it's installed as a Flatpak and is unable to save my database of passwords. So I uninstalled it and installed it as a snap, as described on the KeePassXC website, and then it worked fine.
Seems fast with a nice interface. I do find, however, that when using with google drive the app doesn't remember the database file location.