For getting you started with KeePassXC, we have a short Quickstart Guide.
More comprehensive in-depth documentation, build/install instructions and many other guides can be found in the Wiki.
share/wordlistsfolder inside your KeePassXC installation directory and then restarting KeePassXC.
/usr/share/keepassxc, on macOS it's
/Applications/KeePassXC.app/Contents/Resourcesand on Windows
C:\Program Files (x86)\KeePassXCfor 32-bit).
-DWITH_XC_NETWORKING=OFF(see Building KeePassXC).
*.AppImagefile execution permissions:
After that you can execute it either from the terminal or by double clicking it just like any other program.
chmod +x ./KeePassXC-*.AppImage
snapdinstalled. This is primarily Ubuntu, but also Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux and many more. For a full list and more information visit snapcraft.io. Note that not all systems that can run Snaps also support confinement via AppArmor.
raw-usbinterface in order to use your YubiKey. Issue the following command from a terminal to enable this interface:
sudo snap connect keepassxc:raw-usb core:raw-usb
/media/into the file open dialog to see them.
ssh-agentis running by default and no further setup is required.
ssh-agentrunning and the SSH_AUTH_SOCK environment variable available for KeePassXC at launch. Arch Linux wiki has a generic guide how to manually run
ssh-agentif it's not already set up. Sometimes other applications like GNOME Keyring or
gpg-agentalready provide a compatible agent that also works with KeePassXC.
ssh-keygento modify the comment.
ssh-agentneeds to have a "ssh-askpass" program available.
ssh-agentif you are stuck with an older version.
If you are like us and think this is a stupid feature, please consider voicing your concerns to the KDE guys.