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    Default Gnome: no login keyring

    OpenSUSE 11.4, recently installed
    No login keyring in seahorse. I created a new keyring, but it is not unlocked at login. Strange bug..
    How can I make it (automatic unlocking at login)?

    I can remove password, and then will not be prompted to log on, but it's wrong..

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    Default Re: Gnome: no login keyring

    this bug
    since 2011-04-26 not resolved.. great!

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    Default Re: Gnome: no login keyring

    Does your system automatically log you in? Or do you get a login prompt and have to login using a password after boot up?

    Is your display manager set to "gdm" or to "kdm" (or something else)?

    I am no longer running 11.4, and I mostly use KDE. But when I was running 11.4 and experimenting with Gnome, I did not have any problem with this on a system where I configured "gdm" as the display manager. It won't work with "kdm" and it won't work with auto-login.

    (additional comment added in edit): Use
    Code:
    grep DISPLAYMANAGER /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager
    to check which display manager you are using. Look for the line beginning: DISPLAYMANAGER=
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    Default Re: Gnome: no login keyring

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert
    Does your system automatically log you in? Or do you get a login prompt
    and have to login using a password after boot up?

    Is your display manager set to "gdm" or to "kdm" (or something else)?

    I am no longer running 11.4, and I mostly use KDE. But when I was
    running 11.4 and experimenting with Gnome, I did not have any problem
    with this on a system where I configured "gdm" as the display manager.
    It won't work with "kdm" and it won't work with auto-login.

    (additional comment added in edit): Use

    Code:
    --------------------

    grep DISPLAYMANAGER /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager

    --------------------

    to check which display manager you are using. Look for the line
    beginning: DISPLAYMANAGER=

    Hi
    Correct, it won't work with autologin, unless of course (not
    recommended) there is no keyring password.

    It should work with kdm (assuming kdm uses the kdm service) by
    modifying the pam configuration file;
    Code:
    /etc/pam.d/common-session
    session	optional	pam_gnome_keyring.so	auto_start only_if=gdm
    AFAIK it now supports gdm,gdm-password,lxdm,lightdm

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