I sync the encrypted file between OS's using some free web hosting (it syncs over http).
There's a ppa for Ubuntu on launchpqd.net that I use as an apt source in Debian. https://launchpad.net/~adriansmith/+archive/ubuntu/upm
I downloaded the deb from launchpad, ran it through deb2xzm and saved the module in modules
As it uses Java, I downloaded java sdk using usm, converted and installed the module. Jdk a bit over the top as I only need runtime.
Still not working, so I looked inside the deb for the dependencies. (I've split the long depends line).
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Package: upm Version: 1.14-1~ppa3 Architecture: all Maintainer: Adrian Smth <email@example.com> Installed-Size: 231 Depends: default-jre | java5-runtime | java6-runtime | java7-runtime, jarwrapper (>= 0.5), libbcprov-java, libcommons-codec-java, libcommons-httpclient-java, libcommons-logging-java, libcsv-java Section: utils Priority: optional Homepage: http://upm.sourceforge.net Description: Universal Password Manager Universal Password Manager (UPM) allows you to store usernames, passwords, URLs and generic notes in an encrypted database protected by one master password.
Is there a simpler approach?
Alternatively, is there a good, simple, slackware/porteus-friendly password that I can use?