Description of problem: Nautilus key-ring password prompt is being displayed
even though I am keying in the password that I had keyed in. When I select
Deny a couple of times another dialog is displayed and I can login.
Why does it keep prompting for a 'keyring' password?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Within the GUI, I select the option Places > Connect to server, and update IP
address and share name to connect to a windows share.
Nautilus first prompted me for a keyring password however, when it prompts me
again it seems as if I'm keying in the wrong password because it keeps
I select Deny, another dialog is displayed and after keying in the logon
credentials for the windows pc (windows share), I can browse successfully.
Steps to Reproduce:
and you're sure nautilus-share is related to this bug?
No, but I'm not sure where to find that out.
I've also noted that even though I select 'Remember password forever' nautilus
keeps prompting me for the password, somehow.
RedHat is running on a VMWare Workstation.
I'll be rude: you didn't guessed the component correctly.
nautilus-share is extension to nautilus, which enables you one-click sharing
still want to keep this bug here?
you better change component to nautilus (because you've used only nautilus), or
directly into gnome-keyring (because it is responsible for keeping passwords).
next time check if you have package, you want to bless, installed with "rpm -q
package" (; .