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David_the_Zombie
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Password Gorilla

Hello,

hopefully this isn't an impossible request.

Program: Password Gorilla

License: Open Source/Free

Description: Cross platform, encrypted, password manager

Website: http://fpx.de/fp/Software/Gorilla/

This program is extremely small and is already set up as a portable app. I'm just requesting Portableapps.com integration.

Thanks,

David the Zombie

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Have you looked at KeePass

Have you looked at KeePass Portable which is already on this site? It seems to do the same thing, and is already an official package.

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cross platform?

I originally went with Password Gorilla because I have to flip flop between Linux and windows... a lot. I know portableapps isn't cross platform but if it is possible I would love for password gorilla to be in my portableapps menu when I am on a windows machine.

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KeePass is windows only.

KeePass is windows only. Maybe a dev with a bit more free time than myself can look into PG as an alternative. Or, if you are interested, you can try to make it yourself.

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Keepass

is windows only but there is a linux version called KeePassX here. I use it almost daily and it works like a charm.

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David,

David,
You should be able to use Gorilla or any other natively portable app with PAM simply by placing it in a subdirectory under the Portableapps directory. PAM adds any menu items for executables found in a subdirectory directly under the searched PortableApps one.

This is why Gorilla will be a lower priority than other apps - it already should work!

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Thanks Alanbcohen, worked

Thanks Alanbcohen, worked like a charm, solved Smile

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