I have already Installed KeePass2 and also installed both Add-ons Kee. But I don't know how to integrate it.
How can I accomplish this?
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First, you neither need
PassIFox nor the extra PPA describe by @Faisal Haq Salafi as
keepass2 are already available in the repository.
mono CLI compiler and system manager library:
sudo apt-get install keepass2 mono-dmcs libmono-system-management4.0-cil libmono-system-numerics4.0-cil
KeePass plugin location:
# create a plugins sub-directory in keepass2 directory sudo sh -c 'mkdir /usr/lib/keepass2/plugins' # copy the keefox plugin into it sudo ln --force --no-dereference --symbolic $HOMEemail@example.com/deps/KeePassRPC.plgx /usr/lib/keepass2/plugins/
Quit and restart both:
Ubuntu > 18.04 - 20.04
Press Alt+Ctrl+T to start terminal and run following commands one by one.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jtaylor/keepass sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install keepass2 mono-complete
Kee and install it.
Open as Administrator (Access), skip if you have it, if not follow the step.
sudo apt install nautilus-admin nautilus -q
Download KeePassRPC plugins
Right click plugins (/usr/lib/keepass2/plugins) folder select
"Open as Administrator"
Copy Paste the latest version of KeePassRPC into the plugins folder
You're all done!
[Edited on 04/29/2016]
Since the 1.6.0 version of KeeFox, this trick is not working. New libs are required. At the moment, I found
libmono2.0-cil but there is more. I posted a topic on the the KeeFox forum.
KeeFox don't need everything from mono, so it's useless to install
libmono-system-management4.0-cil must be enough. So, this command must do the trick:
sudo apt-get install keepass2 mono-dmcs libmono-system-management4.0-cil
With this method, you'll spare more than 120Mo and a bunch of useless lib to keep up to date. I get this requirement from the KeeFox GitHub wiki: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/wiki/en-|-Running-KeeFox-under-Mono
If You have KeePass 2 installed, then there is a convenient way to keep everything up to date and working.
If you do not know what PPA-s are, please do read this: Are PPAs safe to add to my system and what are some "red flags" to watch out for?
NOTE: You may need to undo the manual installment on KeeFox!
Add a ppa, and install KeeFox from there:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dlech/keepass2-plugins sudo apt update sudo apt install xul-ext-keefox
This will also install the RPC plugin (
keepass2-plugin-rpc) as its dependency.
as descibed by @Édouard-lopez
keepass2-plugin-rpcensures version compatibility
For Ubuntu 18.04 From the Ubuntu Software search and install KeePassXc KeePassXC
In FireFox, in Add-ons (shortcut Ctrl + Shift + A) search for KeePassXC-Browser Add to Firefox.
Open KeePassXC and open your KeePass database, then go to
Tools -> Settings -> Browser Integration KeePassXC Settings
Make Sure you check
Then in FireFox click on the newly added KeePassXC-Browser button and then in the Connect button A new KeePassXC: New key association request window opens, type in the name of your database and Save and allow access.
That's it, KeePassXC is now integrated.
Here is a discussion of KeePass with plugins on Ubuntu and either browser integration in general and that is more current: "KeePass and Ubuntu 20.04 Setup (with Chrome, Firefox)?" KeePass and Ubuntu 20.04 Setup (with Chrome, Firefox)?