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menu View > Grouping by Entry List > Off menu View > Show Entries of Subgroups → set checked menu View > Configure Columns... → place check mark at Last Modification Time and confirm click the root item of your KeePass folder tree click header of Last Modification Time column to get all your passwords sorted by date/time You can now see entries from your ...


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Since KeePassX only supports "the KeePass 1.x (Classic) password database format" I'm assuming it's closer to KeePass 1.x, and not so similar to KeePass 2.x. That's a major difference there, the newer KeePass 2 format/program. And the page "KeePass Edition Comparison" is probably helpful. It compares around 50 different aspects, copying them all here ...


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KeePassX is an open-source clone of KeePass for Linux and OS X. As KeePassX uses QT, they don't have the same user interface. However, they can be used interchangeably as their .kdb databases are binary-compatible.


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I assume you did not add a public key to authorized_keys file on the server (as you did not mention that, neither the KeeAgent manual does). Make sure you add public key as seen in PuTTYgen to authorized_keys file. See Getting ready for public key authentication for details. Note that you can see the log in PuTTY by right-clicking window title and ...


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Try KeePassX 2 (Alpha) as suggested by Daniel B, www.keepassx.org/news/2013/03/393 worked for me. (If someone with the reputation wants to make this a link, please do.) run it in a Windows VM, or Download the "Professional" (2.n) Windows version of KeePass, and run it in a Windows VM. You can shared the file either through a VM-runner-host ...



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