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    seahorse question

    I wish to know if it's possible to change the keyring password by command line instead of using the seahorse gtk client.

    I'm using ldap authentication and I want to change the ldap password and the keyring password through a bash script to avoid changing it in ldap and keyring separately.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: seahorse question

    Code:
    Applications > Accessories > Terminal seahorse --help-all
    is the best I can find but I fear that you may be looking for a bit more.

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    Re: seahorse question

    I know that command. I need all the command line options to know how to manage it by command line.

    Thanks for your answer but this is not what I need.

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    Re: seahorse question

    Seahorse is only a gui frontend for Gnupg. Check the documentaion available in gnupg-doc. Gnupg-doc is available in the repositories. Also check:

    Code:
    man gpg
    and

    Code:
    man pgpv
    Jim

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    Re: seahorse question

    Thanks, but seems that login.keyring is not a pgp crypted file:

    command-line$ file login.keyring

    login.keyring: GNOME keyring, major version 0, minor version 0, crypto type 0 (AEL), hash type 0 (MD5), name "login", last modified Wed Nov 19 18:56:20 2008, created Wed Nov 19 18:56:20 2008, not locked if idle, hash iterations 1188, salt 1331446290787132954, 1 item(s)

    So I think I should look for info about AEL crypted files. If I find a solution I will post it here.

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