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How to run Password Gorilla under tclkit
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Dookus


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PostPosted: Thu 27 Dec 2012, 07:23    Post subject:  Re: How do I use a "bin" file?  

RetroTechGuy wrote:
Dookus wrote:
Have downloaded Password Gorilla as it supports the database of Password safe, a program I have been using for many years, need a guide to installing "bin" files.
read the beginners section and did not find one there, though reading the howto use the command line was worthwhile.

If I have missed what I'm looking for, could someone please direct me to the section I need.

Many thanks.

D


Not sure... I'm running Gorilla under tclkit, which works fine.


Any chance of explaining how you use tclkit to do this? would verymuch like to get to know.

Thanks.
D
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PostPosted: Thu 27 Dec 2012, 17:19    Post subject: Re: How do I use a "bin" file?  

Dookus wrote:
RetroTechGuy wrote:
Dookus wrote:
Have downloaded Password Gorilla as it supports the database of Password safe, a program I have been using for many years, need a guide to installing "bin" files.
read the beginners section and did not find one there, though reading the howto use the command line was worthwhile.

If I have missed what I'm looking for, could someone please direct me to the section I need.

Many thanks.

D


Not sure... I'm running Gorilla under tclkit, which works fine.


Any chance of explaining how you use tclkit to do this? would verymuch like to get to know.

Thanks.
D


http://www.tcl.tk/starkits/

http://noapparentmotive.org/topics/gorilla_password_manager.html

Edit: This appears to be the main Gorilla page:

https://github.com/zdia/gorilla/wiki

Now let me see if I can remember where if found the tclkit widget itself...

OK, I don't remember where I found it. The last several installs that I've done, I've just manually dragged it along. My "instructions" just says: "Put "tclkit" in /usr/local/bin for password gorilla"

I stuck the script file in my-applications folder, which has this inside:

"tclkit ~/my-applications/gorilla"

(oh, I obviously renamed gorilla.kit to just gorilla)
tclkit.zip
Description  The tclkit widget, Gorilla script and instructions...
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Filesize  1.13 MB 
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PostPosted: Thu 27 Dec 2012, 18:32    Post subject:  

OK, a new/recent version of tclkit can be found here:

http://code.google.com/p/tclkit/wiki/TclkitDownloads

You will want the version (I just tested it under 5.28 and it works):

Linux
ix86

You will need to "gzip -d tclkit-8.5.8-linux-ix86.gz"

And there is no reason that it need be left with that name. You can rename it to just tclkit.

OK, I just noticed that my gorilla is newer than the one from "http://www.tcl.tk/starkits/" (2004 versus 2009)

I'll attach the one I'm running, and maybe someone can point us to the newest version (I can't find it on the gorilla site)

BTW, I just tried the latest release (gorilla15363.bin - though not tclkit driven), and I think that I like it better than the previous....
gorilla.zip
Description  tclkit Gorilla
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PostPosted: Fri 28 Dec 2012, 06:51    Post subject:  

I think the gorilla bins, that I linked above, are Starpacks, containing their own internal tclkit environment.

Whereas Starkits, like the examples here, need you to install tclkit to /usr/bin, make it executable, then set the Run Action, for the .kit files, to tclkit.
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PostPosted: Thu 08 Aug 2013, 23:14    Post subject:  

Have been using Password Gorilla for a bit now, however, sometimes it's a few months between uses and I have to think for a bit how it works.

Once downloaded and extracted to your desired directory you just need to then go to your PS database file and set PW as the "Run" action.

Once you have set the run action for your Password Safe database file, simply right click that and choose "Run"

Password Gorilla works differently to Password Safe, in-fact it's different to conventional programs! click on an entry and a drop down appears, keep the mouse button depressed and bring it down to your desired action then released the button.

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