On 07/27/2016 08:42 AM, Ondrej Valousek wrote:
It has Gnome installed, but none is using it.
If GNOME is not in use, then this can't be the same problem, sorry. This only
happens if an active user is signed in to GNOME. And it only affects the current
I do not know what triggers it unfortunately. I just upgraded the
kernel and rebooted the machine hoping it won't come back.
I doubt Online Accounts might have caused that.
How do I found out which keyring is causing troubles?
Tried 'keyctl show' but it did not show anything interesting...
Next time it happens, can you send the output of `cat /proc/keys` (as the
affected user _not_ root) and `cat /proc/key-users` please? That will help.