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Re: What is default.keyring and login.keyring?



On Tue, 2007-09-11 at 23:58 +0800, Yuan Yijun wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> My nm-applet segfaults when there is only a $/.gnome2/login.keyring .
> I have to kill gnome-keyring-daemon to use nm-applet. I don't remember
> when it starts to behave like this. Today I uninstalled
> NetworkManager-gnome as well as gnome-keyring and replaced them with
> ones in F-7 DVD, and removed login.keyring. It works! Now there is
> only a $/.gnome2/default.keyring . What is the difference between this
> and the "login.keyring"? Why does latest nm-applet crash instead of
> setting up a default one?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> -- 
> bbbush ^_^
> 
Well here is the thing. I don't have a login.keyring . NM uses the
gnome-keyring and login.keyring is not part of the gnome-keyring rpm.

So I don't know where you got it from since it is not provided by any
rpm in the repos asa far as I can see.
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