Bug#638015: seahorse: Changing login password does not change keyring password accordingly.
gregf at riseup.net
Wed Aug 17 15:25:21 UTC 2011
From: Josselin Mouette <joss at debian.org>
Subject: Re: Bug#638015: seahorse: Changing login password does not change keyring password accordingly.
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2011 09:55:47 +0200
> Le mardi 16 août 2011 à 20:45 -0500, Greg Farough a écrit :
>> >> Changing a user login password through GNOME or passwd does not change
>> >> it accordingly in Seahorse. One is presented with a "Enter password to
>> >> unlock your login keyring. The password you use to login to your
>> >> computer no longer matches that of your login keyring" prompt on each
>> >> login.
>> >> This can be fixed by opening Seahorse and changing the keyring
>> >> password manually, but this isn't immediately obvious to a new user.
>> > Is libpam-gnome-keyring installed?
>> Yes, though I did change the password from a terminal in Openbox.
> Does it work if you do it from a GNOME session? Openbox is just a window
> manager, it doesn’t start other components like the keyring daemon.
I've just tried this in GNOME, and it doesn't work. I get the same message when logging back in. To my knowledge I've made no changes to the default configuration of Seahorse, etc.
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