Description of problem:
Desktop environment cannot store and retrieve passwords (keyring functionality).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Features not avalaible.
Tested during LXQt testday.
LXQt is not a release-blocking desktop but feature should be avalaible.
This test case is associated with the Fedora_27_Final_Release_Criteria#default-application-functionality release criterion:
Saving passwords to and retrieving passwords from the default keyring must work for all release-blocking desktops.
It should be possible to use very application that's based on qtkeychain or directly kf5-kwallet. There's a special package lxqt-wallet to provide kwallet like functionality also to native LXQt applications.
Reporter, is this still an issue?
Zamir, could you take a look into this?
I'm running fedora 28 LXQT 32-bit, and have no GUI wallet.
Probably related is that lxqt-openssh-askpass doesn't start when using ssh.
(In reply to panina from comment #4)
> I'm running fedora 28 LXQT 32-bit, and have no GUI wallet.
> Probably related is that lxqt-openssh-askpass doesn't start when using ssh.
Can you provide some steps how I can reproduce this?
And, does it work for you in Fedora 29?