Default keyring for NetworkManager

Timothy Murphy gayleard at
Sun Nov 29 21:54:11 UTC 2009

Sam Varshavchik wrote:

> I got this to work myself. However, I think that the only way to both
> autologin from gdm/kdm, and unlock the keyring, is to set an empty
> password on your keyring.
> Use seahorse to set a blank password on your keyring. If it won't let you,
> delete your keyring completely. On the next login you'll be prompted to
> create one, create it with a blank password.

What can one do on a KDE system?
As far as I can see, seahorse is a Gnome speciality.

Would knetworkmanager be any help?

This NetworkManager password business seems completely crazy to me.

Timothy Murphy  
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