[pkg-fso-maint] Bug#869399: unlock keyring automatically at startup

積丹尼 Dan Jacobson jidanni at jidanni.org
Fri Aug 4 01:04:39 UTC 2017

RT> I believe it's possible to store the GNOME keyring unencrypted, if
RT> that's what you want (based on reading your comments in the upstream
RT> report). In seahorse ("Passwords and Encryption Keys") you should be
RT> able to change the keyring password to an empty password. If I'm
RT> remembering correctly, that should remove the prompts to unlock - with
RT> the tradeoff that you are storing your secrets on disk *completely
RT> unsecured*.

Thank you! But please tell me how to do it without installing seahorse.
I just need to know what file to change. I will be reproducing the
solution you tell me across many machines non-interactively. So even if
I installed the 7 megs to install seahorse just to change one line
somewhere. I would still need to copy that file to many machines.

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