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I want to down convert my KeePass .kdbx file to a .kdb file because I want to be able to open it with KeePassX (OS X version), which only supports .kdb

I haven't been able to find a solution yet.

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Is the original kdbx file used on windows or another operating system? If you use windows, simply do what @JChristian answered, otherwise edit your question to include the OS you have access to –  tutuDajuju Feb 24 at 8:31
    
KeePassX 2 Alpha works perfectly fine and handles the kdbx format. –  Daniel B Feb 24 at 10:04

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You may want to use:

https://github.com/dvorka/keepass2-to-keepassx

for conversion of the KeePass2 password database to KeePassX. It's done via XML export/import of both tools.

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Problem

On OSX and Linux distros you might not be able to export to .kdb, getting this dreadful error: enter image description here

What I did

I've forked lastpass2keepass into csv2keepass and it now supports csv files exported from KeePass 2.0.

Solution (which also works in linux!)

To export to csv, just go into KeePass 2.0, open your db.kdbx file and do

File --> Export --> KeePass CSV (1.x)

Now run the python script:

python csv2keepass.py exportedCSVFile

After that to import do

File --> Import from... --> KeePassX XML (*.xml)
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I wonder if you would be able to run Keepass 2.x under Wine instead of Mono - and if that would allow conversion to the older format. –  Bob Feb 24 at 10:39

Just go to File->Export and you should have the option to export to a .kdb file.

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noteworthy to add that this will only work on windows though. –  Johannes Rudolph Jul 29 '12 at 20:10

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