Just a user here. I installed it on the Terminal.app just 10 minutes ago, so I might try at sharing with you. :)
- From your question 'copy mpw to your path' means you already have the binary. Do you ? in that case just copy the mpw binary to /urs/local/lib and you are basically doing the correct installation manually.
- If you don't have the binary or you don't know, this is how I just installed 10 minutes ago on my Terminal.app :
# 1) From the site, clicking 'Terminal (C)', download and open the .tar
# 2) go where you have unzipped the directory downloaded
> cd ~/Downloads/masterpassword-cli (probably)
# 3) if ./build complains the missing of automaker, or openssl, installed them with homebrew (feel free to ask for instructions if you don't know homebrew or don't have it)
> brew install automake *or* brew install openssl [ <-- just if needed ]
# 4) you should now have the mpw binary compiled.
> ./install [will ask you some questions, you can got easy with enter->N->enter]
Actually I’m using the OS X installation. I really love the idea.
Is there a way to remember a default user? I trigger MPW through a short cut but I keep on receiving the message “NO USER SELECTED Begin by selecting or creating your user from the status menu (●●●|) next to the clock.”
I then have to leave the keyboard to go through this.