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Old 11th August 2008
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I've the 64 bit version works but no luck on the 32 bit version.
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How did you install it?
Which version of OpenBSD are you running? And which architecture are you running?
Specify ``doesn't work'', do you get an error?
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How did you install it?
Which version of OpenBSD are you running? And which architecture are you running?
Specify ``doesn't work'', do you get an error?
Forgot about this thread. I haven't installed it yet but I've read it can be done using 64bit version of OBSD. I'm running 32bit version 4.3. I tried running the app using the tclkit software but it doesn't work. I've decided to use regular text file and encrypt it with gpg or gnupg.
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I've decided to use regular text file and encrypt it with gpg or gnupg.
You can use pwman, that does the same thing, but it has a pretty UI ...
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