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Clark, Bill W. wrote:
> I have found that v1.9 works fine for me. I was using v1.7. The only
> difference I observed was that the font was different on the opening
> screen and Password Safe.exe was renamed to pwsafe.exe, a much more
> *nix friendly name. I did notice that if I tried to open my existing
> database I would get a error message that the existing file was
> already open. The solution is to copy the pre-existing v1.7 database
> file and paste as another name and voila v1.9 works fine with the new
> copy. This should be done anyhow. You never know when a new version
> might have some flakey bug and corrupt the old file.
> When will we see either an export function so I can put into other
> password safes or a linux/unix version, even command line would be
> great. Actually I would love command line in linux. My list of
> passwords I manage is growing and I need to decide what to do about
> managing it. I hate that I always have to fire up the XP machine when
> I am only doing *nix work.
Ditto that. Has there also been any discussion about doing a Palm app as
well with the ability to sync?
> Bill W. Clark
> Sr. Security Engineer, Data Security
> UMB Bank | http://www.umb.com
Jens B. Jorgensen