Re: Gnome-do keyring issues on login
OK, here's a solution, but there's an inherent security risk, as you'll see.
1. Open seahorse (type "seahorse" into a terminal or in the Alt+F2 dialog, or go to Applications -> Accessories -> Passwords and Encryption Keys)
2. Go to Edit -> Preferences
3. Click on the "Login" keyring, then the "Change Unlock Password" button
4. Type in your usual password in the "Old password" box, and then nothing in the "Password" boxes. That's right: nothing.
Now you'll get a security warning that you're about to leave your passwords on your system unencrypted. So there's the security risk... but if you do it, you'll get away from the annoying password prompts.
It worked for me, anyway.
I must be updating Ubuntu. How else could I be expected to take seriously the phrase, "Unpacking replacement gnome"?