If I fail to enter my password, and just 'x' out of fpm2, I will never be able to have another opportunity to enter my password.
this is the 2nd time this has happened. And I know it will happen again.
As much as I like fpm2, this makes it un-useable for me.
My loss. I really appreciated using FPM2. But I can't afford another catastrophic loss. I would rather just save my passwords in a text file.
Do you know of any packages for CentOS 6/RHEL 6? Do you know if either the CentOS 5 or Fedora 14 packages work on CentOS 6? Of course I could compile for CentOS 6, but I don't have root privileges.
In version 0.79, when launched, a little button next to the password box is focused. I would rather it focused the password entry (as in previous versions).
What I'm seeing: http://imgur.com/bpvwi
Excellent piece of software.
Hi ! wonderfull soft, thanks a lot !
can we have parametrable number of iterations ? that way, on a fast computer, we can do it more than 8196... thanks !
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Last update: 13.04.2012