Re: Wheezy: how to disable SSH gnome-keyring by editing desktop configuration file
On 02/08/11 19:46, Camaleón wrote:
On Tue, 02 Aug 2011 19:22:06 +0200, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
On 02/08/11 17:42, Camaleón wrote:
On Tue, 02 Aug 2011 09:06:48 +0200, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
On 02/08/11 00:10, Paul E Condon wrote:
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 useir set up, not a system wide set up.
Mmm, maybe not...
There is only one file located under "/etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-
ssh.desktop" and no more, I mean, there is no such a ".desktop" file
under user's profile.
gnome seems not to follow some Linux customs.
Also, according to official docs¹, disabling from start-up applications
is one of the ways to go... and curious is that it says nothing about
this is a "per user" setting.
do you mean that here a user has root privilege ?
Nope, I mean what I read :-)
How do you interpret the docs?
I was ironic because I guess that you know this is implicit
because the start-up applications is set per users.
Gnome really sounds to me as a big machinery,
may be not as the late hal, but something towards it.
I have just read the LightDM was chosen over GDM in Ubuntu:
it seems I am not the only one to think this.