Re: KeePass2 versus KeePassX

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Author: Jerry Snitselaar
To: Main PLUG discussion list
Subject: Re: KeePass2 versus KeePassX
On Tue Jan 02 18, Carruth, Rusty wrote:
>My only interaction with the KeePas* suite resulted in not being able to read the database after an upgrade/update/something.
>I don’t remember which it was (2, x, whatever). The machine is at home. I’ll have to look, but I’m hoping we’ll get some reaction and info that maybe will point to a solution for me as well…

There is an action in the database menu to import a keepass 1 format database. Perhaps the issue was that. I have a vague recollection of running into that at some point.

>From: PLUG-discuss [] On Behalf Of Mark Phillips
>Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2018 9:50 AM
>To: Main PLUG discussion list
>Subject: KeePass2 versus KeePassX
>Happy New Year to everyone!!
>I have been using KeePass2 on my Ubuntu machine for over 10 years (through wine), and I just discovered KeePassX as a native application. I use Keepass2 primarily as a password backup, as I also use LastPass with the chrome extension for my day to day password manager.
>I have a couple of questions about moving from KeePass2/wine to KeePassX.
>I found in one post that the differences that the database files are binary compatible. ( Can anyone confirm this?
>The only other difference (other that GUI related stuff) is that KeePass2 has plugins and KeePassX does not. I am not using any plugins now. Are there any that you think are really valuable to have, and would be a reason not to switch?
>Should I switch to KeePassX? I am assuming I can get rid of wine and save some disk space, and run a native application instead of a wine application.

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