I'd like to run KeePass2 on Ubuntu 10.04 - how do I do that?
10.04 - lucid
I've been running Keepass2 on Lucid using the standard mono in the repositories (mono -V = mono JIT compiler version 2.4.4)
Note - from the keepass website this is an "unsupported" configuration... however, I'm happy with that since I've never had any issues running this configuration and it means I dont need that one extra PPA that could make my system "unstable" :)
Download the portable KeePass package (v2.19 at the time of writing this). This is a zip package which should open in Archive Manager. Extract the contents into its own folder - for example
Install the mono windows forms:
Finally, lets create a keyboard shortcut Alt+K
Run System - Preferences - Keyboard Shortcuts
Add a new shortcuts with the command:
Bind that to Alt+K
To install on 11.04 and above
It is available in the repositories, you can install it. It is the keepass2 package.