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Artem

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  1. Thanks a lot buddy, but I follow that path every time..
  2. I've just installed the newest version of openSUSE 15.4 on my old laptop and after a full update I installed Enpass through the routine path, noticed by Oceanwaves. It was installed easily without any issues. However, once I initiated the software update via the desktop applet I got the same response: "Permission to access denied". Any suggestions?
  3. Well, this link opens up in a browser, but first I couldn't understand this line: cd /etc/yum.repos.d/? Another misprint is: sudo yum zypper install enpass. And still nothing works in Yast...
  4. Here is my full nslookup and dig: I'm trying to read this and can't figure out what I can do about that...
  5. The same problem on openSUSE 15.3 Leap! In a browser I see this: This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. <Error> <Code>AccessDenied</Code> <Message>Access Denied</Message> <RequestId>7H0AY8Y1MDHGTM6G</RequestId> <HostId>276XdpVcqkUTuYD4EXYIKSi6l+F/X3B/I+m5ohqhGs/g5+zbjpsCOT6BwB91cuMHZ/1gGS6LVQk=</HostId> </Error>
  6. Artem

    Minimize to taskbar

    Hi I have the same issue on my two computers with LinuxMint 19.1 and OpenSuse Leap 15. Enpass 6.0.6 (323). Both commands are "/opt/enpass/Enpass -minimize" but them both do not start in the tray. The mint's enpass starts in full window mode and the suse's enpass starts minimased on task panel - not in the tray. This issue appeared a couple of months ago. What ever I do this it's still on.
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