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    Default How to tell Chromium to use a specific gnome password keyring?

    I notice that running chromium on Linux with --password-store=gnome uses the so called "Default keyring" (watching this in Seahorse).

    However I am willing to use a different password keyring, no the default one.


    Is that possible?

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    Default Re: How to tell Chromium to use a specific gnome password keyring?

    Quote Originally Posted by heyjoe View Post
    I notice that running chromium on Linux with --password-store=gnome uses the so called "Default keyring" (watching this in Seahorse).

    However I am willing to use a different password keyring, no the default one.


    Is that possible?
    It looks like the answer is "no." From man chromium:

    Code:
    --password-store=<basic|gnome|kwallet>
                  Set  the password store to use.  The default is to automatically detect based on the desktop environment.  basic selects the built in, unencrypted password store.
                  gnome selects Gnome keyring.  kwallet selects (KDE) KWallet.  (Note that KWallet may not work reliably outside KDE.)
    
    

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    Default Re: How to tell Chromium to use a specific gnome password keyring?

    Yes. I have read that too.
    I was hoping there is some way though.

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