kwallet vs kmail, will somebody please shoot one of them?
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sun Nov 19 16:58:25 UTC 2006
On Sunday 19 November 2006 11:44, Gene Heskett wrote:
>On Sunday 19 November 2006 08:48, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>>Anne Wilson wrote:
>>> Maybe something that you did copy is the cause of your woes, though.
>>> You seem to be the only one with your particular problems, which
>>> makes me suspicious of those copies.
>>I've certainly had problems with kwallet in the past.
>>I see from my records that I last met this in January 2006 (was that
>> FC-4?) when I wrote:
>>Apologies - I was right-clicking on the wallet in the task bar,
>>which took me to KDE Wallet Manager,
>>which appears to have no password option.
>>But when I left click on the icon,
>>I get a different window with the same name,
>>but with a wallet icon on it.
>>When I right-click on this icon,
>>I am indeed offered an option to change the password.
>>I have taken advantage of this to reduce the password to nothing.
>>I don't know if this is relevant to FC-6,
>>as I have had no kwallet problem since then.
>I started it from the kmenu, which brought up the icon adjacent to the
>date/time on the taskbar. A right click on that brought up a menu and I
>checking the enable button unghosted the rest of the options and I chose
>to create a pair of .wallet files. And while it went thru the motions,
> I don't believe they were created as they didn't show up when selecting
> the default wallet for that function. I've just prowled thru the .kde
> tree and found a .kde/share/apps/kwallet/kwallet.kwl file, 60 bytes of
> binary data, and its dated about 50 hours ago when it last
> crashed/rebooted the box.
>There is also a .kde/share/config/kwalletrc, which looks like this:
>Close When Idle=false
>Close on Screensaver=false
>Leave Manager Open=false
>Prompt on Open=false
>Use One Wallet=false
>and its dated 5 minutes ago when I was fooling with it and tried to
> create a wallet file per the two choices shown. I may set First
> Use=true just for grins & restart it. Here goes... No difference, it
> still doesn't create the wallet. And nothing is being logged about it
>in /var/log/secure, nada, zip. And running it did not cancel the First
>Use=true in that kwalletrc.
>I've started an updatedb session and when its done I'll see if locate
> can find the three wallets I tried to create.
No, nothing by those names exists on the system.
> In the meantime, should
> I nuke both of those and let it create new ones?
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