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Pebble is a command-line client for the
[Passman]( password manager.
It currently only supports read access to Passman vaults: it cannot
create or delete vaults, nor it can create, delete or modify entries
in a vault. Basically it allows to query a vault from the terminal
without having to fire up a browser and navigate to one’s Passman
It supports read and write access to Passman vaults: it can list,
show, create, modify or delete entries in a vault. It cannot,
however, create or delete the vaults themselves.
Note that write support (creating, modifying, and deleting entries)
should be considered *experimental* at this stage. Use it on your
vaults at your own risks.
Configuration and use
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The `vault` field is the name of the vault, as chosen when creating
the vault in Passman’s web interface.
With at least one vault configured, you may either call `pbl` without
arguments to get a list of all entries in a vault, or with arguments to
search and display all entries matching the specified argument(s).
Pebble fetches the vault’s data and cache them locally in
`$XDG_DATA_HOME/pebble`. All entries are stored encrypted. The local
cache is refreshed from the server if it is more than 1 day old, this
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Homepage and repository
The project is located at The
The project is located at <>. The
latest source code is available in a Git repository at
git:// and may also be browsed at;a=summary.