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Old 22nd February 2019
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Default How to run keepassx in memory?

I am using keepassx-2 to store passwords. I store the keepassx file on a drive that is not usually mounted. When I need to access my passwords, I mount the drive, then open keepassx and open the password file. Then I unmount the drive leaving keepassx running with all the passwords in it.

In the past this has worked, but sometimes it does not work for reasons I do not understand. At the moment it won't let me unmount the drive (it says Device busy), until I close keepassx down, which is not the behavior I want.

So to my question, is there a setting that can control whether the drive is registered as being touched by the keepassx program?
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Old 22nd February 2019
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There is amd(8), but IIRC it is designed for use with NFS.
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Old 2nd March 2019
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You could use a ramdisk.

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