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    Default how to get rid of the"unlock keyring" dialog box.

    Hello!
    New to linux. Using openSUSE 12.3 and xfce.Every time I start google chrome , a dialog box come up let me input the password to unlock the keyring .It is a bit anonying . I wanna get rid of that dialog box. I search this question with google,but I still can't solve it .Can anyone tell me what should I do.
    Sorry for my poor English.
    Thanks for any response in advance.

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    Default Re: how to get rid of the"unlock keyring" dialog box.

    Chromium has these packages. Maybe chrome needs something similar
    Code:
    chromium-desktop-gnome - Update to chromium to use Gnome keyring to store passwords
    chromium-desktop-kde - Update to chromium to use KDE's kwallet to store passwords
    GNOME Version 3.20.2
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    Default Re: how to get rid of the"unlock keyring" dialog box.

    Quote Originally Posted by vazhavandan View Post
    Chromium has these packages. Maybe chrome needs something similar
    Code:
    chromium-desktop-gnome - Update to chromium to use Gnome keyring to store passwords
    chromium-desktop-kde - Update to chromium to use KDE's kwallet to store passwords
    Thanks for your response!
    I installed chromium, chromium-desktop-gnome instlled automatically. the problem still exist.

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    Default Re: how to get rid of the"unlock keyring" dialog box.

    On 04/06/2013 09:06 AM, lonfory wrote:
    > the problem still exist.


    as far as i know that dialog box is written into the code base for
    both Chrome and Chromium....not much you can do to avoid it in
    Chrome, but since Chromium is open source, you can just change the
    source code and recompile..

    on the other hand, if you don't care about the security of stored
    passwords, you could make the unlock pass to be just the press of the
    enter key (with an empty blank)....then, anyone with access to your
    machine would also have instant access to all keys on the ring.

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    Default Re: how to get rid of the"unlock keyring" dialog box.

    In my GNOME session the following is in session start up. This may need to be done on your machine.
    Code:
    /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=pkcs11
    I have read on the web that "Auto-login" into system causes this issue. If you do manual login this may not occur.
    GNOME Version 3.20.2
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