Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1031178
Enable gnome-keyring for XFCE
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:56:38 EDT
Description of problem:
Suggestion (sorry, I don't see a way to properly submit a feature suggestion, so using a bug submission form for this).
Steps to Reproduce:
I'm running Fedora 20 (beta) with XFCE, and use Google Chrome (not Chromium). With the initial default configuration, Chrome was prompting me to re-enter my password when started, in order to unlock its password (and sync data?) storage.
It would be more convenient if this extra step was not necessary.
I've made change on my system to address this:
to read: OnlyShowIn=GNOME;Unity;MATE;XFCE;
Now Chrome is able to access its secure storage without my having to enter the password a second time.
I guess others running both XFCE and Google Chrome would appreciate the improved convenience -- so my suggestion is to make this change in the system package.
Thanks for the quick fix... had exactly this problem on Fedora 20 Xfce (Fedora-Live-Xfce-x86_64-20-1.iso) and this saved me a lot of time.
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