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    Default disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    hello,
    how can i disable keyring password prompt for network manager only, i am using autologon session...

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    Default Re: disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    do not you have this issue? am i alone

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    Join Date
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    Default Re: disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    stwooe wrote:
    > do not you have this issue? am i alone


    What issue? I couldn't find your thread.

    At the moment, KNM for 11.0 is not integrated with KWallet, the way it
    was in 10.3. As a result, any network "secrets" are stored in plain
    text. That has been reported inn a Bugzilla entry and supposedly will
    be fixed.

    Larry

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    Default Re: disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    Quote Originally Posted by stwooe View Post
    hello,
    how can i disable keyring password prompt at startup for network manager only, i am using autologon session...
    this problem is still unsolved for me, any workaround?

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    Xafke NNTP User

    Default Re: disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    I had the same problem.. I did the following:

    Goto the control panel, click Network Connections, open the tab Wireless, Select you're wireless network and click edit.

    Then enable the "Connect Automaticly" option (under connection name)

    Also enable "Available to all users". It's next to the cancel button.

    Now apply the changes and reboot.. Hope it works!

    I'm using OpenSuSe 11.1, Gnome.

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    Default Re: disabling keyring prompts for wlan

    I'm suffering from the same issue but,
    I'm using openSuSE 11.1 with KDE 4.2 and I don't have
    'Available to all users' option.
    The only other option that I have is 'System Connection'
    but it is gray and I can't click it.

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