It’s been couple of years since I’ve switched to Linux. I’ve been running Ubuntu for most of these two years after having too many stability related issues with Mint. When I switched over from Windows I was missing one critical piece of software that, I believe, everyone should use – a password manager. I’ve been a long time user (many, many years) of KeePass, an open source password manager, that served me really well. With the switch to Linux I had to go through some fun of building a version of KeePassX from sources (more on that here). The software was OK, nothing to brag about. It’s a bit clumsy, a bit outdated, got some bugs. And, unfortunately, it seems as nobody really maintains it.
Fast forward to 2018 and I’ve almost fully switched to KeePassXC, which has a much better UI, more feature rich, has active members working on it. And I haven’t run into any bugs, yet. Hopefully the guys behind the project continue their great work and users such as myself can enjoy the software.