[pass] shared password store
jankow at datenkollektiv.net
Tue Jun 30 15:42:39 CEST 2015
Am 30.06.2015 um 15:05 schrieb CircleCode:
> what would be the better way to share a common password store, say for
> example for an association?
> we can use the git repo, but what about the use of multiple gpg keys (or is
> it better to share a common key?)?
I'd recommend multiple gpg-keys while this is more transparent. It's
even possible to use different settings for the gpg-ids depending on the
> as an additional question, how can I easily switch between my personal
> store and the so-created shared store? Can I, for example, make the shared
> store a submodule of my private one, or is it better to create an alias for
> each store that would change env vars?
I do it like this:
Now you can use pass like you're used to be - only with an specific
directory. The only difference is: you need two leading slashes
pass show //SUBFOLDER/test -c
This works also with different git configurations inside the folders:
pass git push
I have some entries in my .bash_aliases
# aliases for the different pathes of password store "pass"
alias pass-orga1='export PASSWORD_STORE_DIR=$HOME/.password-store/orga1'
alias pass-orga2='export PASSWORD_STORE_DIR=$HOME/.password-store/orga2'
alias pass-reset='export PASSWORD_STORE_DIR=$HOME/.password-store/'
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