My brother has just installed Ubuntu Jaunty XFCE spin onto his Acer Aspire One laptop and all appears to be working well, however Network Manager asks for the gnome-keyring password in order to connect to his wireless network.
For his needs, this is a bit overkill and we'd like to turn it off - I've seen some dirty hacks that involve keeping passwords stored in unencrypted text files and this isn't really what i'd call a solution (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...libpam-keyring).
I'm thinking maybe the libpam-gnome-keyring package from the repos but i'm not entirely sure how to configure it. Being on the other end of a telephone line from my brother makes it a bit more difficult - can anyone perhaps offer some help for resolving this please?
Interestingly i have no such issues running an XFCE 4.4 session in Intrepid, yet Kubuntu 9.04 asks for my keyring password to connect to my wireless (which I'm fine with). Was this a new inclusion for Jaunty or is it to do with XFCE 4.6?