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ctoon6
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August 13, 2011, 08:50:27 AM
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what i want to do is open steam with keepass via commandline

Code:
steam.exe -login username password

is this type of thing available in keepass? it would be really nice to not have batch file with my password in it that shows my password in plain text every time i open it as well.

also i am not sure this is the right place, but its not exacly bitcoin related either, so whatever.

v2.15

edit:

i found out how

Code:
cmd://"C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steam.exe" -login {USERNAME} {PASSWORD}

this will launch steam and log you in automaticly

put that code in the url box when you add your account

this will work with any program that will accept logging in via command line, including bitcoind. nolonger do you need to store every setting in a plain text config.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin

Code:
Bitcoin version 0.3.22-beta

Usage:
  bitcoin [options]
  bitcoin [options] <command> [params]  Send command to -server or bitcoind
  bitcoin [options] help                List commands
  bitcoin [options] help <command>      Get help for a command
Options:
  -conf=<file>       Specify configuration file (default: bitcoin.conf)
  -pid=<file>        Specify pid file (default: bitcoind.pid)
  -gen               Generate coins
  -gen=0             Don't generate coins
  -min               Start minimized
  -datadir=<dir>     Specify data directory
  -proxy=<ip:port>   Connect through socks4 proxy
  -dns               Allow DNS lookups for addnode and connect
  -addnode=<ip>      Add a node to connect to
  -connect=<ip>      Connect only to the specified node
  -nolisten          Don't accept connections from outside
  -upnp              Attempt to use UPnP to map the listening port
  -paytxfee=<amt>    Fee per KB to add to transactions you send
  -testnet           Use the test network
  -rpcuser=<user>    Username for JSON-RPC connections
  -rpcpassword=<pw>  Password for JSON-RPC connections
  -rpcport=<port>    Listen for JSON-RPC connections on <port> (default: 8332)
  -rpcallowip=<ip>   Allow JSON-RPC connections from specified IP address
  -rpcconnect=<ip>   Send commands to node running on <ip> (default: 127.0.0.1)
  -keypool=<n>       Set key pool size to <n> (default: 100)
  -rescan            Rescan the block chain for missing wallet transactions

SSL options: (see the Bitcoin Wiki for SSL setup instructions)
  -rpcssl                                  Use OpenSSL (https) for JSON-RPC connections
  -rpcsslcertificatechainfile=<file.cert>  Server certificate file (default: server.cert)
  -rpcsslprivatekeyfile=<file.pem>         Server private key (default: server.pem)
  -rpcsslciphers=<ciphers>                 Acceptable ciphers (default: TLSv1+HIGH:!SSLv2:!aNULL:!eNULL:!AH:!3DES:@STRENGTH)
  -?                 This help message

if someone wants to post the most up to date bitcoind.exe -? ,please do.

edit2:

now i want to make a url login, i have sucessfully done it with some simple web login pages, but google seems a bit more complicated

so far i have
Code:
https://www.google.com/accounts/ServiceLogin?hl=en&continue=https://www.google.com/&Email={USERNAME}&passwd={PASSWORD}

but it simply refuses to work, and i am not sure it will ever work. i tried wireshark to find any info, but there simply is none.

this says that what i am trying to do is impossible http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1498083/how-do-i-login-into-google-apps-via-a-url

is there anything inside keepass that will do what i need?

i found keefox, it seems to work okay i guess, but it also shows cmd stuff inside firefox too, weird...

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