kwallet in 12.3 - i struggle with the most unwanted part of Linux

kwallet in 12.3 - i struggle with the most unwanted part of Linux how can i switch off this note: each time i start the system then i get asked for passwd. believe it or not: after entering passwd. in the kwalllet - the wlan-connection fails - but only after this procedure. so i want to switch of kwallet - i do not need it how to do that!?

System Tray / KDE Wallet Manager / Settings / Configure KWallet and on Wallet Preferences UnCheck “Enable the KDE wallet subsystem”.

Press Apply and then OK and it should be gone.

Thank You,

hello dear James now it works like a charme many many thanks greetings

Very Happy to help dilbertone.

Thank You,

Out of place, but I really like KWallet;)

On 05/15/2013 01:16 AM, F Sauce wrote:
> Out of place, but I really like KWallet;)

not at all out of place! i can’t imagine one who would label such a
wonderful gift as KWallet as “the most unwanted part of Linux”…

Preposterous!! (but i’m happy if ‘dilbertone’ deletes his/hers and i
can KEEP mine!


Ha ha:)


I have the same problem. If I want to keep kwallet how would I fix it?

What do you want to fix? KWallet’s password request?
You can set an empty password, then you won’t get asked.

Open KWalletManager from the application launcher (System->Security), search for its icon in the systray (may be hidden) and click on it, then right-click on your wallet and select “Change Password”.

Can I jump into this thread without making everyone angry ?

I have openSUSE installed on a test machine for about 4 days now, and kWallet keeps popping up.
The thing is, that I want it for one specific app, KMyMoney and nothing else.

Can I do that ?


Could you be more specific, please?
WHAT exactly keeps popping up? Are you sure it is KWallet, or just some program using it like NetworkManager?

Maybe post a screenshot.

If you give your wallet an empty password it should never ask for one, as I already wrote just before you jumped in…