Revelation is a password manager for the GNOME desktop, released under the GNU GPL license. It stores all your accounts and passwords in a single, secure place, and gives you access to it through a user-friendly graphical interface.
Revelation stores your passwords in an encrypted file. The only way to read the file is with a master password. It also allows you to organise and categorise your password with a GTK based GUI. Revelation can also be used to generate complex passwords.
If you've already added my repository to your Solaris 11 installation the following command will install and run Revelation.
pkg install gcc-49 cracklib python-crypto revelation # --- Install required packages (as elevated user) # --- This will likely take a while due to my slow # upload speed
You will need to log out and back in to reinitialize the environment variables before you can run Revelation. Alternatively you can run the following from a terminal window.
. /opt/SMM/smm-core/bin/setup_environment # --- Re-initialise the environment variables (as normal user) /opt/SMM/revelation/bin/revelation # --- Run Revelation