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  1. @Yghuj you can also install it via proton on your steam deck. From Steam install a Non-Steam Game and point to the installer EXE, follow in the install steps. After it's installed in a proton controller, you'll need to modify the shortcut to the enpass.exe itself from the properties window in steam client. In essence Proton is an evolved "Wine" OS windows app emulator. https://help.steampowered.com/en/faqs/view/671A-4453-E8D2-323C#:~:text=On the desktop%2C go to,'non-steam' tab.
  2. @Yghuj if you're not comfortable, don't do it, it can get tricky real quick. If you got a PC, install Hyper-V and install a Linux to test on, specifically you'll need the Holo OS which is a Steam Deck clone OS.
  3. hey so guys, steamdeck owner here you can install enpass from the terminal, run these commands: sudo steamos-readonly disable cd ~ mkdir apps cd apps sudo pacman -S --needed base-devel git git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/enpass-bin.git cd enpass-bin makepkg -sri Done! PRO-TIP: If you got either Chrome or Firefox when running the sync and authorize restore, once you click open-xdg, CLOSE THE BROWSER and Enpass will continue the sync, unlike Windows, it will sit there waiting until you do... You're very welcome!
  4. +1, I've been using enpass for close to 8yrs... please provide a flatpak so we can install it on the SteamOS!
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