On Fri, 2009-09-18 at 22:19 +0300, Marius Andreiana wrote:
After a few days of using a fresh F11 setup, upon login I was told
nm-applet wants to access default keyring, but it's locked. Enter
Hm. Don't know what password. Tried my account and root password, no
luck. Searched help for how to change keyring password, nope.
Ah, found Preferences -> Encryption and Keyrings, that will help. Uhm... no.
Tried a restart, same question. Tried to add another network
connection to get my net working, but still NM wants to know the
default keyring password. I want that too :) Finally I tried my
initial account password used on install (which I changed a few days
later), that was it!
That means there was a problem with your installation. Changing the
user's password is supposed to change the default GNOME keyring password
to match as well.
-password optional pam_gnome_keyring.so
So, how did you change your password?
Could this behaviour be changed to: when a keyring needs to be
prompt user with a dialog explaining what a keyring is and ask for a
(about my recent posts - I've been influenced in the last 2 years
working together with a few professional UX folks. However, I'm not a
person with UX studies/certifications. I just hope to show you the
experience of a new Linux user)