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Master's Degree Student at University of Bergen, Norway

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comment Storing account credentials for spouse/loved one?
This is definitely interesting. I am weary of using website to do on the fly creation of my passwords, and it seems like it could be tedious to remember such passwords (or regenerate them) for sites that are frequently accessed. What is your work-flow with this like? I use linux, but I could write a script to do this for a non-web solution I suppose.
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comment Storing account credentials for spouse/loved one?
For those interested in using Google Drive with linux, it appears there isn't official support yet, but options are explored here, with grive being my favorite.
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I failed to mention that I was looking for cross-platform solutions (linux and mac), but it appears there is an open source option, KeePassX, that is compatible with KeePass 1.x data bases (plans to improve this)‌​. I was able to install KeePassX on Ubuntu 12.04 with sudo apt-get install keepassx.
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This is very helpful. That's exactly the opposite of what I thought we should do... take all the money then ask questions later. Our situation is more complicated as we are from the U.S.A. living in Norway with accounts in both.
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This sounds like a nice solution. I imagine this could also be done with Google Drive?
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