Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 301641
Unable to opt out of using gnome-keyring for access point passphrases
Last modified: 2013-01-09 21:39:51 EST
If no keyring exists I'm prompted to create a new keyring. If I say Deny, I get
brought back to the access point passphrase box. It should just continue.
If a keyring exists, I get prompted for the keyring passphrase to store the
access point key, and again I can't opt out, or I'll get prompted for the access
point passphrase again and NM won't continue.
I should be able to not use the keyring to store passphrases for my access points.
It looks like this is working correctly now. Are you still seeing this?
Nope, seems fine now.