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Actually I got it working thanks to this blog. The interesting bit is : To run 1Password on Ubuntu 14.04, install Wine via apt-get. You must start both 1Password.exe and Agile1Agent.exe to get connection to the browser. Here's my script: #!/bin/bash echo "Starting 1Password..." wine ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/1Password\ 4/1Password.exe ...


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To expand upon @Gilles answer. Some sites I've encountered, won't save passwords because the user and password fields are not enclosed in a form. I've created this userscript to handle such cases: https://github.com/JavierParra/userscripts/blob/master/forceRememberPassword.user.js


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Shadowing files on a directory tree is what union mounts are all about. Linux offers several union filesystems; unfortunately, some are badly documented or unmaintained. For your use case, a FUSE-based solution that doesn't require privileges seems best. The most promising candidate would be unionfs-fuse. unionfs-fuse ...


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Primarily what you require is issuing an external command on your OS from your browser. But this is usually tough due to obvious security reasons. However, there is an add-on for Firefox which can achieve this : Commandrun. But I haven't tried this addon so can't comment on it. A Reasonably Good Solution However, I'd suggest another alternative solution ...



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