I would like to manage my ssh passwork with gnome-keyring. I am on Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS, gnome3. I don't have root access to the system. The question is in the title indeed: gnome-keyring-daemon: ...
I fight with svn since 2 hours to store my password inside the gnome keyring, but nothing worked. I'm on a fresh installed archlinux system with the following packages installed: acl 2.2.52-1 ...
I'm currently using sudo a lot in a bunch of scripts, which is turning into a bit of a hassle, as some scripts does not allow interactive input (e.g., Makefiles). Instead of disabling sudo passwords ...
I just installed Fedora 15 beta with Gnome 3. I've done all the updates. The networking applet asks for the wireless password every time it connects. I found this bug, which says that the issue is ...
I use some GNOME apps, and some KDE apps, so some of them use G-keyring and some KWallet... What I would like to have is a single place for managing passwords. Is there a way to integrate G-keyring ...
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 ...