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Keepass 2.x

If you wish to know what Keepass is see: http://www.keepassx.org

I compiled a x86_64 binary version myself because they are not available. You can download it using following links:
keepassx-2.0.fc22.x86_64.rpm (333)

Older versions:

keepassx-2.0-0.beta1_.fc22.x86_64.rpm (446)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha6_.fc22.x86_64.rpm (449)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha6.fc21.x86_64.rpm (403)
keepassx-debuginfo-2.0-0.alpha6.fc21.x86_64.rpm (409)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha6.fc20.x86_64.rpm (624)
keepassx-debuginfo-2.0-0.alpha6.fc20.x86_64.rpm (526)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha6.fc20.src.rpm (532)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha5.fc19.x86_64.rpm (536)
keepassx-debuginfo-2.0-0.alpha5.fc19.x86_64.rpm (510)
keepassx-2.0-0.alpha5.fc19.x86_64.src.rpm (529)

I created a rpm.spec file (keepassx.spec.txt (Version 2.0) (363)) for Fedora and the latest 2.0 version of Keepass. This file is based on http://www.keepassx.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3430

To create your own rpm files do the following:
– Download the source file for keepassx 2.0 and place this tar.gz file in the folder “~/rpmbuild/SOURCES”.
– Download the rpm.spec files keepassx.spec.txt (Version 2.0) (363) and place in the folder “~/rpmbuild/keepassx.spec”.
– Build rpm by executing next command from a linux console “rpmbuild -bb ~/rpmbuild/keepassx.spec”.
– When you receive errors most of the time it means some dependency was not met. Install the missing dependency and try the build again.
– When successful build your rpm files are in “~/rpmbuild/RPMS/”

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