kpcli_2.7-1_all.deb


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Description

kpcli - command line interface to KeePassX password manager databases

Distribution: Debian 8 (Jessie)
Repository: Debian Main amd64
Package name: kpcli
Package version: 2.7
Package release: 1
Package architecture: all
Package type: deb
Installed size: 214 B
Download size: 54.25 KB
Official Mirror: ftp.br.debian.org
kpcli is an interactive command line shell to work with KeePass 1.x/2.x database files. Users can navigate and modify the database in imitated filesystem like shell syntax. This program was inspired by the interface provided by the KED password manager ("kedpm -c").

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    Binary package: kpcli_2.7-1_all.deb
    Source package: kpcli

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install kpcli deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install kpcli

    Files

    • /usr/bin/kpcli
    • /usr/share/doc/kpcli/changelog.Debian.gz
    • /usr/share/doc/kpcli/changelog.gz
    • /usr/share/doc/kpcli/copyright
    • /usr/share/man/man1/kpcli.1.gz

    Changelog

    2014-07-06 - Arno Töll <arno@debian.org> kpcli (2.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium * New upstream release * Recommend installation of libcapture-tiny-perl and libdata-password-perl. The former is required for clipboard operations (e.g. 'xp' command). However, Clipboard is not available in Debian yet. * Update Standards version: No changes needed * Update VCS links to their canonical locations * Remove perl-modules as an alternative to libterm-readline-gnu-perl. perl-modules no not provide a usable term library anymore.

    2013-07-07 - Arno Töll <arno@debian.org> kpcli (2.3-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release * Drop patches (obsoleted by upstream) * Promote libterm-readline-gnu-perl to depends as kpcli displays an annoying warning otherwise. However, let people use perl-modules too if they want.

    2013-02-21 - Arno Töll <arno@debian.org> kpcli (1.6-1) unstable; urgency=low * Initial release (Closes: #700875). With special thanks to Jakub Wilk, gregor herrmann and Nicolas Dandrimont for their extensive reviews.

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