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Here's a link to the software - it's command line and I have no idea how to install so I can use it in Terminal on my Mac.

http://git.zx2c4.com/password-store/about/

Thank you.

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How is the software distributed? Is it a package for Mac or is it source code only? –  inVader Jul 23 '12 at 22:10
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It's a simple shell script. http://git.zx2c4.com/password-store/tree/password-store.sh

You don't need to install it. Download it to your prefered location and make it executable by calling

chmod 755 /path/to/script

from a terminal window. Once it's executable you can simply start it from there using:

/path/to/script
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I placed password-store.sh in my documents folder, navigated to there with cd and used chmod on the file which worked fine. But now I can't use it. I tried /password-store.sh, password-store.sh, pass, but I keep getting bash. –  Anthony Frizalone Jul 23 '12 at 22:16
    
It's ./password-store.sh to exectue it. If you just say /password-store.sh it means it is an absolute path and would be in the top-level directory which it isn't. If you call it as password-store.sh it has to be inside what's called the PATH of executables, you could move it to /usr/bin/ for example and call it that way from any directory without stating it's exact location. ./password-store.sh gives the relative path meaning it is in the current directory. You could also use the correct, full absolute path instead. –  inVader Jul 23 '12 at 22:18
    
Ah - thanks. :) –  Anthony Frizalone Jul 23 '12 at 22:19
    
You can check which directories belong to the PATH by echo $PATH and then move it to one of these directories, so that you can easily access it from anywhere. –  inVader Jul 23 '12 at 22:25
    
ahhh i see. gotcha. perfect, thank you. –  Anthony Frizalone Jul 23 '12 at 22:40
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It's just a shell script - put the file password-store.sh somewhere sensible, e.g. /usr/local/bin, make sure its executable (chmod +x /usr/local/bin/password-store.sh), and follow the instructions in the accompanying README.

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