I am running KeePass2 under Debian and Xfce (via mono), which basically works fine.
The only bug (?) I have found so far is that no system tray icon is shown.
Is there any way to fix this in Xfce?
I use Debian Jessie with xfce4 in my laptop pc (32bits) and my desktop pc (64bits).
I can see the tray icon in the laptop pc, but not in the desktop pc.
I have also observed others bad performance of Keepass2 in my desktop pc like:
- Not see the cursor in the search bar.
- Not be able to write '@' caracter in the text areas.
Has someone observed that other problems too?
Have you tried it in 32 bits system?
While KeePass is a great piece of software, I was never really excited about it under Linux.
So eventually I ended up with using LastPass instead, which works well and natively under Linux.
KeePassX works well under Linux with no issues that I'm aware of. It's basicly a Linux port of the original KeePass (not KeePass2) and doesn't use mono.
I tried KeePass2 years ago, but it failed to do the most important thing: filling in forms at a key press. I assume that has been dealt with now, but I still see no reason to try it again.