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xmodmap -e 'remove mod2 = Num_Lock' NumLock not working with Citrix Session

I've installed CentOS 6.5 - 32-bit and am using GNOME, connecting to a Citrix App server. While connecting, I'm not able to use the Numlock in the session. So from a blog I've found how to fix this ...
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Gnome-shell authentication dialogue fails, how to debug which app is using it?

I am using ubuntu 13.10 with gnome shell 3.8.4. I used to use gnome online accounts for empathy and other things, but then I stopped using them. And then gnome shell started to show authentication ...
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What is 'keyring' in Google Chrome

Every time i run Chrome, it ask for the keyring password for Default. If I fill my password in, it disappears and I can continue, and when I press cancel it has the same effect. So, what does the ...
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Gnome keyring issue

I am attempting to restore some files to an OpenSUSE 12.3 machine that was backed up with deja-dup (duplicity). When prompted for the password to decrypt the backup, I enter the correct password and I ...
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How to remove LUKS auto-unlock?

Unfortunately my drive unlocks automatically. This makes the whole encryption useless. How do I turn off this annoying feature on a specified drive (e.g. /dev/x) ? The cryptsetup command I've found ...
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gnome-keyring-daemon couldn't allocate secure memory

I run logcheck on my Debian Linux system to get alerted to unusual lines in my log files, and recently I saw the following in /var/log/messages: gnome-keyring-daemon: couldn't allocate secure memory ...
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1answer
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How to migrate between two keyrings in gnome-keyring

Due to some historic reasons I have 2 keyrings. I want to merge them - what is the easiest way?
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How can I tell *which* application is asking for access to gnome-keyring/Seahorse?

Whenever I log in on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 I get a Seahorse/gnome-keyring prompt telling me an application wants to access my keyring. It isn't the network manager, because if I cancel the request ...