Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 968966
Passwords to online accounts are not saved
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:23:42 EST
Created attachment 754787 [details]
journalctl -a from first boot - user creation, online accounts setup
Description of problem:
Passwords to online accounts (gmail and facebook was tested) set-up in g-i-s in first boot after clean installation are not saved. Settings -> Online accounts says that "Credentials have expired." for both gmail and facebook. Passwords entered in g-i-s were correct.
Empathy fails to log-in and Seahorse does not show any passwords in the keyring.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Do a clean installation, set root password but don't create normal user
2. g-i-s in first boot will ask you to create user. Make one and specify some online accounts in g-i-s in the process
3. Go to Settings -> Online accounts
Accounts do not have passwords saved.
g-i-s should properly save passwords.
Created attachment 754788 [details]
Reproduced with F19 Beta. The passwords are not saved at all, the accounts fail to connect right after finishing g-i-s.
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