On 09/11/2009 09:16 AM, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
> Shannon McMackin wrote:
>> On 09/10/2009 02:10 PM, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>>> Oliver Grawert wrote:
>>>> Am Donnerstag, den 10.09.2009, 08:55 -0600 schrieb Karl F. Larsen:
>>>>> It appears that if you give the keyring the same password your using
>>>>> for the system, it goes away and never bothers you. I think a plan would
>>>>> be to, during installing your Ubuntu, the installer would give the
>>>>> password you just gave the installer to the keyring. Problem solved.
>>>> i know, i told you that in another mail in this thread ;)
>>>> it usually does that even, i remember though that there was a bug in
>>>> jaunty beta where it didnt do that (fixed in the final release) and it
>>>> doesnt do that in certain circumstances like in a netbook remix install.
>>>> as i mentioned in the other mail, there was a lenghty discussion on the
>>>> ubuntu-devel mailing list and we discussed it at the ubuntu developer
>>>> summit in may. it should be improved in any case for karmic.
>>> Hi oli, I was asked by Pedro to check the latest karmic which turned
>>> out to be Alfa 3, and the keychain problem was there in that version.
>> It wasn't there in Alpha2 or in Alpha4. I don't think it's so much a
>> problem as it is a usage issue.
> Please explain. "It wasn't there in Alpha2 or in Alfa4." What is it???
> When you installed those 2 versions (why I wonder?) did you set up for
> wireless use? If yes did you get a request to give a keyring a password?
Your issue or problem as you describe it did not happen to me after
fresh installs of Karmic Alpha2 or Karmic Alpha4. I installed Karmic
because it offers a PAE kernel so I can use all 4gb of the installed
memory in my laptop. I did connect to wireless immediately after fresh
installs and was not prompted for a keyring password. These are both
default installs with no package customization.
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