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Sqlcipher driver not found


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I'm using Enpass on Ubuntu 17.04 with KDE. Enpass is automatically started on startup using the KDE autostart.

On every boot, Enpass shows me an error "Sqlcipher driver not found". The same issue happens whenever I start Enpass from Latte Dock. But it works when I start it from the KDE application menu.

In case of the KDE autostart, Enpass is started using "/opt/Enpass/bin/runenpass.sh startWithTray". If I execute that directly, it works. But why doesn't it work when started on login?

is that an issue with Enpass or am I just doing something wrong?



Description:    Sqlcipher driver not found.
Database Path:    /home/programie/Documents/Enpass/walletx.db
Drive Type:    /dev/sda5
Accessible    True
Writable:    True
Keyboard Layout:    English
Enpass / Operating System version:    5.5.6 / Ubuntu 17.04

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6 hours ago, Akash Vyas said:

This is a known behavior when you set Enpass to run on system startup instead of enabling it from Enpass Settings.

That's exactly what I did.

I just removed the entry from the KDE Autostart and re-enabled it in Enpass settings again. However Enpass just created exactly the same entry with the same command (/opt/Enpass/bin/runenpass.sh startWithTray).

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  • 3 months later...

I had the same issue with XFCE. It would try to relaunch it at startup and fail with that error. The cause of it is that the Enpass and EnpassHelper programs register themselves with the session manager, which caused the DE to try and relaunch them. The easiest way I've found of fixing it is to add this line to the runenpass.sh script:


Add it just before the 'LD_LIBRARY_PATH' line. This prevents Enpass from finding the session manager, and allows my manually added autostart to work.


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