[openbox] Key binding can not find child process

Aquarius aquarius at tutanota.de
Fri Jan 1 07:14:38 EST 2016

/usr/bin/cli is a symbolic link which points ultimately to mono-sgen.
I tried "cli      /usr/lib/keepass2/KeePass.exe" in a terminal and Keepass 
start up and I can login to the database.
I wonder of the space between '/usr/bin/cli' and 
'/usr/lib/keepass2/KeePass.exe' is a or the problem in the xml file. Anyone 
an idea on this?

The content of keepass2.desktop is:
[Desktop Entry]
GenericName=Password manager
Exec=keepass2 %f

I did not know of KeePassX. I have been using KeePass for years on Windows. I 
am on Linux for a little more than a year now. I had KeePass full fledged 
working before with the help of the KeePass forum. So I figured out it should 
be able to have it working again. Can KeePassX read my KeePass database?

I hope all this points someone to the right direction. Thanks for any input.

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29. Dec 2015 15:01 by turkuting at gmail.com:

>         > really, very strange.
>       /usr/bin/cli? have you tried running "cli      
> /usr/lib/keepass2/KeePass.exe" in a terminal?
>       what is the content of keepass's .desktop file in      
> /usr/share/applications? that should help.
>       also, openbox' xml syntax is a little picky when it comes to      
> special characters, so be make it's not about that.
>       could you not use keepassx instead?
>       On 12/29/2015 12:47 AM, Ian Zimmerman wrote:
>     >
>>       >> On 2015-12-28 22:21 +0000, Aquarius wrote:>>
>>>         >>> Addition, which might be of importance:When I do a "ps aux | 
>>> grep eepass" I get:/usr/bin/cli /usr/lib/keepass2/KeePass.exeI can not 
>>> put that in 'action'. It will give: can not find child proces 
>>> '/usr/bin/cli'>>>
>>       >> What strange system is this?  Are you running keepass under wine 
>> or something?>>
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