#3 I make a password manager useing bash

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opened 2 years ago by alimiracle · 8 comments

hi

I make a password manager useing bash

can you make it as part from quickpass?

if its ok I will make a Pull Request

hi I make a password manager useing bash can you make it as part from quickpass? if its ok I will make a Pull Request
kzimmermann commented 2 years ago
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Neat! I was actually thinking about doing something like that a while ago.

Feel free to make a pull request. I'd love to see your implementation!

Neat! I was actually thinking about doing something like that a while ago. Feel free to make a pull request. I'd love to see your implementation!
alimiracle commented 2 years ago
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hi THNX for you Is this definition good?? if its good I will send it to uruk project Translators uruk project have 5 language in this time

quickpass is a command-line password manager and random password generator using just the commonly available Unix utilities

hi THNX for you Is this definition good?? if its good I will send it to uruk project Translators uruk project have 5 language in this time quickpass is a command-line password manager and random password generator using just the commonly available Unix utilities
kzimmermann commented 2 years ago
Owner

Yes, this definition is good. Go ahead with the translations!

Yes, this definition is good. Go ahead with the translations!
kzimmermann commented 2 years ago
Owner

Hi, with commit 22639e6c27 I've created a script called passman which does roughly what pm did with the exception that it doesn't use a directory and scattered files, but rather an SQLite database.

It also doesn't require root to run, so that's an added benefit.

Any thoughts?

Hi, with commit [22639e6c27](https://notabug.org/kzimmermann/quickpass/commit/22639e6c27891b1124e2b2750aa5b15122c0ae05) I've created a script called `passman` which does roughly what `pm` did with the exception that it doesn't use a directory and scattered files, but rather an SQLite database. It also doesn't require root to run, so that's an added benefit. Any thoughts?
alimiracle commented 2 years ago
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But this needs another program to run it (sqlite)

in pm

all you nede is bash and gpg

you can find gpg and bash in all Unix systems in this days

When I wrote pm

I Followed the definition of the quickpass ( using just the commonly available Unix utilities )

for root

gpg lock the memory

to make data dont go to swap

if you nede gpg lock the memory

you must be root

If you like to use your program, you free

But this needs another program to run it (sqlite) in pm all you nede is bash and gpg you can find gpg and bash in all Unix systems in this days When I wrote pm I Followed the definition of the quickpass ( using just the commonly available Unix utilities ) for root gpg lock the memory to make data dont go to swap if you nede gpg lock the memory you must be root If you like to use your program, you free
alimiracle commented 2 years ago
Poster

$USER not available in some Unix systemsif you nede your app run in all Unix systems

use the old way

$USER not available in some Unix systemsif you nede your app run in all Unix systems use the old way
alimiracle commented 2 years ago
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Another reason to run gpg as root

The program that is requesting passwords for gpg installed as root in A lot of gnu/linux distributions and Some of bsd systems

Another reason to run gpg as root The program that is requesting passwords for gpg installed as root in A lot of gnu/linux distributions and Some of bsd systems
alimiracle commented 2 years ago
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hay, Where Are you??

hay, Where Are you??
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