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    Default Re: "Enable Wireless" in NetworkManager grayed out.

    I have not found it jet, but there is anywhere in openSUSE an graphical solution to activate unlocking the GNOME keyring ("seahorse") every time you log in as a user.

    The non graphical solution is probably (I have not tested it jet) discribed here:
    GnomeKeyring/Pam - GNOME Live!

    I will search futher but do not know if I will have enought time today ...

    Regards
    Martin
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    Default Re: "Enable Wireless" in NetworkManager grayed out.

    Quote Originally Posted by pistazienfresser View Post
    I have not found it jet, but there is anywhere in openSUSE an graphical solution to activate unlocking the GNOME keyring ("seahorse") every time you log in as a user.

    The non graphical solution is probably (I have not tested it jet) discribed here:
    GnomeKeyring/Pam - GNOME Live!

    I will search futher but do not know if I will have enought time today ...

    Regards
    Martin
    (pistazienfresser)
    I still do not know how to configure that generally but:

    0) After I log into my GNOME on 11.4 factory-tested.
    1) A window appears and says:
    Enter password for keyring 'Default' to unlock An application wants access to the keyring 'Default', but it is locked
    And there something after the box for entering the password: "\/ Details:"
    2) After I clicked on the "\/" there are some options appearing, especially:
    \/ Details:
    [ ] Automatically unlock this keyring whenever I'm logged in
    [...]
    I have not tested that option jet in openSUSE 11.3 or my (a bit dead played) 11.4 installation - but maybe there is an option like this in your installation and you are willing to take the risk to test it?

    Regards and have a lot of luck and fun!
    pistazienfresser

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