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My syslog is full of those messages

Nov 22 13:14:36 virtuale-2 gnome-keyring-daemon[2413]: couldn't create socket directory: /root/.cache/keyring-CI8ZC1: Permission denied
Nov 22 13:14:36 virtuale-2 gnome-keyring-daemon[2413]: couldn't bind to control socket: /root/.cache/keyring-CI8ZC1/control: Permission denied
Nov 22 13:14:40 virtuale-2 gnome-keyring-daemon[2421]: couldn't create socket directory: /root/.cache/keyring-LQDED1: Permission denied
Nov 22 13:14:40 virtuale-2 gnome-keyring-daemon[2421]: couldn't bind to control socket: /root/.cache/keyring-LQDED1/control: Permission denied

The process didn't exist!

pgrep -a keyr
pgrep -a gnome

Impossible to find from where it came

grep -irl gnome-keyring-daemon /etc

How to stop it?

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A workaround found...

removepkg gnome-keyring-daemon

But I prefer to disable it and know who try to start this process.

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