Keepass2 on Ubuntu 12.10 and using Auto-type

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2012-11-22
2012-11-23
  • Michael McLeod

    Michael McLeod - 2012-11-22

    I am a Begining beginner although I am learning.
    I installed the package for keepass2 & transfered the data from win7 successfull. Mono was installed along with it and I additionally installed xdotool.
    When I go to options and try to setup the Global keys the selection is all grayed out. I really don't know what to do next. I have read some of the instructions but I really don't understand the commands or where to enter them and why. So I need some really basic help with step by step instructions. If there already exists such instructions then a simple link to where they are would be most helpful.
    Michael

     
  • Michael McLeod

    Michael McLeod - 2012-11-23

    Hooray! I found the file. After doing a "search" of the files folder I found Keepass2 at: /usr/lib/keepass2. I created the keyboard shortcut and it works!!
    Michael

     

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