I am using pwsafe successfully on a Windows Vista PC, now I have a 2nd PC where I am using Ubuntu (uname -a =Linux 2.6.32-22-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP x86_64 GNU/Linux).
I have downloaded the pwsafe-3.21-src source code, I have unzipped to a folder, then from terminal prompter I have call make to compile the whole thing. Unfortunately the compile process was finished too soon, with the following error message:
make -C src/os/linux all
make: Entering directory `/tmp/pwsafe-3.21-src/src/os/linux'
g++ -g -Wall -I../../corelib -I../.. -O0 -ggdb -DUNICODE -c pws_time.cpp -o ../../../obj/unicodedebug/os/pws_time.o
pws_time.cpp:21: error: ‘int pws_os::asctime(TCHAR*, unsigned int, const tm*)’ should have been declared inside ‘pws_os’
make: *** [../../../obj/unicodedebug/os/pws_time.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/tmp/pwsafe-3.21-src/src/os/linux'
make: *** [all] Error 2
Is there any way to make it working on Linux? does anybody succeed so far?
Anyhow, there is always another choice, for the moment I am using the Win32 version thanks to Wine.
I am looking forward for you suggestions.
You don't need to compile pwsafe yourself for ubuntu… look for it in synaptic, it's already there.
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