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When I click the Generate button for a password QtPass crashes:
Floating point exception (core dumped)
No further information is shown.
QtPass version 1.0.1
pwgen is installed and works.
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This is probably an issue of missing (or mis-configured) pwgen executable #95
Will be fixed ASAP.
As a workaround you can try using the build-in password generator.
Thanks for noticing this bug though.
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Actually, I just found the Use pwgen switch in the config. If I turn that option on, pwgen generates a password and it works. It seems it is the built-in one that is causing this issue.
Was the characters string field empty in your configuration, or the length?
Might be the actual source (should be filled on update to 1.0.1 but might not have happened) . .
Yes it was empty. That seems to be the default. QtPass 1.0.1 is the first version of QtPass I have installed, so there is no prior configuration from older versions.
Actually, if I add some characters there, passwords do get generated.
Awesome, that gives me a clear source of the bug.
Will add some (much needed) safeguarding there.
My pleasure. 👍
Fixed in 7e735f3
Also learned you can't modulus zero.
Fixed in master and will be in release 1.0.2
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