I have been stopping work on my dbDir database directory software lately since it's mostly stable and I wanted a bit of rest from that topic for a while. Yes, I am behind dateline that I have set for myself on dbDir but hey.... do wait and it might be worth it for you.
I have been frustrated that I do have to login to my encrypted database (AES encryption) to add in, update or view my personal passwords which I have stored in it. Now I have quickly made a front end to access the database but it's half done (no backup or restore functions or logging). But it's something at least easier than logging into database.
I call this password frontend manager as PasswordStore.
All you need to do upon the first start is just login as usual (just think of a username and password and login like nothing happened) and it automatically setup the database and system. Have fun using it. ;P
Oh.. and all you need to do is unzip the file to somewhere or anywhere you want and you are off to go.
Explore PasswordStore by yourself and you would notice how amazingly simple and intuitive it is.