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Re: Wheezy: how to disable SSH gnome-keyring by editing desktop configuration file

On Wed, 03 Aug 2011 18:33:39 +0200, Jerome BENOIT wrote:

> On 03/08/11 14:07, Camaleón wrote:


>> Anyway, I sincerely doubt the only way to widely disable
>> "gnome-keyring- ssh" starts by forcing the user to compile the
>> application with ssh keyring-app disable, that is a non-sense.
>> Applications that need to be run for all of the users are located in
>> /etc/xdg/autostart so by removing the ones you don't want should do the
>> job with no additional drawbacks.
>>> 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.
>> Yes, GNOME (and KDE) are becoming big developments, they scare. But
>> also offer lots of facilities for the lazy users (include me in the
>> last sentence :-P). OTOH, "gnome-keyring" should be only installed if
>> you select the full gnome-desktop-environmnet package or a close
>> related tool.
> lazy in the wrong way :-)
> Have anyone submit a bug report for it ?

To enhance the gnome-keyring doc/readme? Nope (most probably because of 
the aforementioned lazyness) :-)



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