Re: Wheezy: how to disable SSH gnome-keyring by editing desktop configuration file
On 02/08/11 00:10, Paul E Condon wrote:
On 20110801_230130, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
Indeed, because I would suspect that a lot of packages depend on gnome-keyring
as I could read on Google. But as only a `minimal' Gnome is actually
installed on my box, it appeared that no package depends on it.
OT: Gnome sounds heavy to me, and I plan to migrate to an alternative
sooner or later.
In Squeeze, Gnome key-ring can be disabled in the drop down menus by
Then look under the Startup Programs tab
There you will find three check boxes that mention GNOME Keyring in
their description line.
Un-check them, Close, and re-boot
According to the README.Debian of `gnome-keyring', this is also
supported in Wheezy.
This does not actually remove gnome-keyring, but it does allow lower
level system software to handle SSH keys, for instance.
Yes, but is it a per user set up, not a system wide set up.
things that are only available in GNOME should be the first step in
transitioning to a less heavy GUI. Your control over GNOME features
can't be anything but less reliable in the foreign environment.
What is it meant by `foreign environment' ?