[pass] A web view/integration

Dashamir Hoxha dashohoxha at gmail.com
Sun Feb 7 19:22:48 CET 2016

In principle, you can use `git clone` or `rsync` to copy ~/.password-store
to a portable device (usb, phone, smartphone, etc.). You can copy there the
corresponding GPG key as well. Then, on another computer, you can tell pass
to use the data on the portable device by setting environment variables
like this:

export PASSWORD_STORE_DIR="/dev/sdb1/.password-store"
export PASSWORD_STORE_GPG_OPTS="--homedir=/dev/sdb1/.gnupg"

Or you can define an alias like this:

alias pass="PASSWORD_STORE_DIR='/dev/sdb1/.password-store'
PASSWORD_STORE_GPG_OPTS='--homedir=/dev/sdb1/.gnupg' pass"

I haven't tried this but it should work. Maybe somebody has written any
blog or tutorial about this, with more detailed instructions.

Sorry, I know nothing about any web interface to pass. And I don't even
think it would be a good idea.


On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 6:11 PM, GOYOT Martin <martin at piwany.com> wrote:

> Hello there,
> This is my first mail here, so if I'm doing anything wrong please tell me.
> I just wanted to know if there was any web app or mobile app that was able
> to deal with the pass utility as a backend.
> I'm using pass since quite some time now, and I really love it. But
> sometimes I need to access my passwords and sadly I'm not on my own
> computer with pass installed, my gpg key and so on. So I was wondering if
> something like a web or mobile interface capable to answer this problematic
> already exists.
> Regards,
> -- Martin
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