Re: KNetworkManager/KWallet - Always Asks For PW...
From what I recall you have to right click the wallet manager icon on the taskbar and select "change password"
LEFT click the KWallet icon in the system tray (Kicker). This will open the KWallet window on the desktop. THEN you right click the KWallet icon, and select 'change password'. Clear the password box, and the confirmation box, and save it. KDE will complain about a weak password, but ignore it. In Kubuntu 8.04, the next time I booted, I was told that Knetworkmanager wanted to open KWallet, and it gave me 4 options. I chose "allow always" (or similar), and I've had no problems with it since.
My thanks to you for leading me in the right direction. I only use Kwallet for the Networkmanager, and it is a royal pain to constantly have to open it with a password every time I turn the machine on. This eliminates that.
Single booting Linux at home and at work all day, every day.