Questions tagged [seahorse]

a GNOME application for managing encryption keys and passwords in the GNOME Keyring

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What does the “Certificates” section in seahorse do?

What does the "Certificates" / "System Trust" section of seahorse do? I am trying to sign a document in LibreOffice and the menu there uses the word "Certificate", so I am thinking that I need to ...
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nextcloud credentials storage: ok in fedora 28, fails in fedora 30

I am using the nextcloud desktop client to synchronize non-git files. This worked nicely under Fedora 28. Now, I have upgraded to Fedora 30. And the desktop client now asks me for my credentials every ...
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How to correctly change the passphrase of GPG's secret key?

I'm trying to change the passphrase of my GPG's secret key. I actually changed it using seahorse (Also tried gpg --edit-keys and passwd, but when I tried to export my private key it asks me for two ...
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Yet another `sign_and_send_pubkey: signing failed: agent refused operation`

Here’s a Yet Another Question about the clash between ssh and gnome-keyring-daemon, since after spending hours and hours on the Internet I finally gave up. Environment OS: openSUSE 15.0 DE: XFCE ...
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Changed login password without changing keyring

I forgot my login password. So I booted into recovery mode and used passwd command to change the password. I can now login but I obviously didn't update my Gnome keyring password. I know my old ...
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Seahorse / GNOME Keyring does not recognize my new ed25519 SSH key, is there another way to have the key unlocked upon login?

I am unsure if I did the whole procedure right, so let's start with what I've done: $ ssh-keygen -vvv -o -a 1000 -t ed25519 -f ~/.ssh/id_ed25519 -C "$(whoami)@$(hostname)--$(date -I)" with some real ...