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How to install and open KeePass on Mac OS X form the User Interface and not just open a terminal and type commands?

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I use KeepassX on my macs so I don't have to use the terminal. It is free and you'll find it here: http://www.keepassx.org

  • KeePassX is dead (last changelog entry from 2016). Long live KeePassXC! – Chuim Jun 5 at 4:29
  • Yes, I have recently upgraded to KeePassXC myself. It continues to offer the same functionality. Good program. – ArchonOSX Jun 6 at 0:43
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  1. downlaod keepass portable (zip-file)
  2. install mono
  3. create a shell script (e.g. keepass.sh) like this (assuming keepass is in /Applications/KeePass-2/KeePass.exe):

    mono /Applications/KeePass-2/KeePass.exe /path/to/keepass-db.kdbx
    
  4. run chmod 755 keepassh.sh

  5. in Finder, right-lick on the shell script and choose "Open with", then choose Terminal
  6. From now on you can open Keepass from the finder by choosing the script keepass.sh
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Even better, I found an opensource project that's great!

You can open the KeePass database and key without problems and has pretty much the functionality of KeePass.

https://macpass.github.io/

Enjoy!

Disclaimer: I have no connection with the developer of this project.

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