Remove "Unlock Keyring" on startup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 4, 2010
I'm being daft. Since recently, on start-up of ubuntu there is always a pop-up windows asking to unlock key (like when you go into System -> Administration - Users and Groups and you want to change a parameter).
It is a nuisance more than anything, but it is doing my head in. How can I stop it from doing that?
thanks for the feed back.
Disable unlock keyring for network manager on startup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2009
I have set up a guest computer for our Bed and Breakfast running Ubuntu 8.10. The computer has two accounts, Administrator and Guest. It is set up so that Guest has no admin privileges, and will automatically log in when the computer is started. The user (person who is staying at our B&B) will be always changing and it would be inconvenient to tell them the password to login.
Unfortunately, when the computer starts I get this message:
Enter password for default keyring to unlock
The application 'NetworkManager Applet' (/usr/bin/nm-applet) wants access to the default keyring, but it is locked
How can I allow the network manager applet to startup without having to enter in the password? Or can I add nm-applet to the default keyring somehow as trusted application?
How to remove/disable "Unlock Keyring" for internet connections
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 8, 2011
Hi. How can you disable the "Unlock Keyring" that's required to connect to the internet if you enable it. There's an option to "Automatically unlock this keyring whenever I'm logged in" when the "Unlock Keyring" popup appears, but the popup keeps reappearing when I log off and log back into the computer.
Thanks for the help
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 21, 2009
Ever since I installed Ubuntuone at boot up I get this message:
This Application 'Ubuntuone-client-Applet' (/usr/bin/python2.6) wants access to the default keyring, but it is locked.
The options are Deny or OK.
Is this something normal? And it is something I should worry about for security reasons?
how 2 remove services from startup??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2004
Can one please guide me to the script if any from where i can remove the services that run on startup(when linux boots).
Please provide me with exact path and location.
I want 2 shutdown all those services that i currently don't use for faster bootup time and more security...
[SOLVED] Unlock Keyring
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2008
I am getting a message saying
Enter password for default keyring to unlock
The application 'nm-applet' (/usr/bin/nm-applet) wants access tot eh default keying, but it is locked
This just happened on my laptop lastnight. What does this mean? What is a keyring?
I suddenly have to unlock keyring after each boot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 29, 2012
My Ubuntu 12.04 install suddenly started to display following message: "the login keyring did not get unlocked when you logged into your computer" after each time I boot my computer. It did not do this before today (or yesterday? Can't remember but it is definitely a recent change) and I have not changed any account configurations or passwords, I never had automatic login enabled where you would expect such behavior.
Do you have any idea what caused it and how I can fix it? Is it possibly a bug I should report?
Thanks for your replies in advance
Remove application from startup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2011
I am running Unbuntu 10.10 on a HTPC, and also XBMC. With some effort it worked ok, sounds, remote etc.
Via systems>preferences I managed to add XBMC to the startup. It now starts when I start the PC. However it sort-of hijacks the PC, so the WiFi does not start among other things. Also I am no longer able to log into the desktop, so I am not able to emove XBMC from the start-up of the computer. If I exit XBMC I get to the log-in screen for the desktop, but when I log in it starts XBMC directly.
How can I remove it via the terminal? I cannot find a .config directory, any autostart, any .xsession, .xinitrc or anything else that looks like startup-script.
How can I get access to my desktop again?
Unable to remove Firestarter from startup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 23, 2009
I added Firestarter to my startup through sessions (8.04 LTS3). This is before I learned it was not necessary to do this in order to have the firewall working. Now I'd really like to remove it from my start-up because I used gksudo and I always get the authorization box to pop up right when I log into the desktop environment.
In my attempt to remove firestarter I went into sessions disabled it, and then removed the entry. This didn't remove firestarter from my start-up. I attempted to remember my session without firestarter running, but this didn't work either.
Is there some configuration file I can modify that will allow me to remove firestarter once and for all from my start-up programs? I don't seem to be able to solve my problem using the sessions GUI.
Unlock keyring window
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2011
Hi, I use Mint 9 64-bits and when I switch on my computer I am logged in automatically. I am the only user of this desktop so why log in manually?
Now, every time I surf to a website where I have to log in, I get the Unlock Keyring window. When I don't fill out the details there but just click "Cancel" the window disappears and the info I have typed on this website (and which is stored by Google Chrome)before is filled out and I can just log-in.
I just don't want to have the keyring window show up every time. What can I do about this? How do I prevent the window from showing up?
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