Description of problem:
I downloaded V28 Fedora Media Writer & created a system on a Sandisk 32GB thumb drive on May 13, 2018. As I am configuring Evolution, I was asked to create a "default keyring" to save my email account password. I filled in the dialogue box with matching password. After selecting "Continue" the message "passwords do not match" appears and the system loops. I cancelled the operation and continued with Evolution setup.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Occurs every time I try to create the default keyring
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Download Fedora Media Writer
2. Create a thumb drive
3. Boot the thumb drive
4. Select "Try Fedora"
5. Perform an operation that should create the default keyring
Incorrect error message & dialogue loops
Create the default keyring & continue the calling program.
> 5. Perform an operation that should create the default keyring
can you describe Steps to Reproduce this ?
#5 - since I'm new to Fredora, there were a couple of times this occurred. Specifically, while trying to configure Evolution. Another was going to a web site with Firefox that required a password.
BTW - After doing an "Install to Disk" this doesn't exist so it appears to occur only in the "Try Fredora" setup.
ok as Sandro notice this is not about keyrings of Debian tools , but your own (gnome) keyring
Maybe a new bug classification is needed. I chose the only item related to "keyring" on the Bugzilla report form.
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