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Re: NetworkManager - Can not store wireless pass phrase



On Fri, 2009-04-10 at 14:20 +0200, Uwe Kiewel wrote:
> Dan Williams wrote:
> > On Thu, 2009-04-02 at 15:49 +0200, Uwe Kiewel wrote:
> >> Julian Aloofi wrote:
> >>> In general it should save your password automatically (I assume you use
> >>> Fedora 10). 
> >> Oh, my fault: It's Rawhide :-)
> >>
> >>> Maybe you should delete your WLAN from the connection list,
> >>> connect, enter your password and just reboot and see whether it worked
> >>> automatically.
> >> I have had also this idea, but it didn't help.
> > 
> > Did you ever deny nm-applet or nm-connection-editor access to the Gnome
> > Keyring? 
> 
> Should I?
> I only did the procedure as described below. (selecting my wlan in nm's
> wlan-list. I never have been prompted for keyring manager or such
> applications.
> 
> 
> > Run 'gnome-keyring-manager' or 'seahorse' ('yum install
> > gnome-keyring-manager seahorse' if you don't have them installed) and
> > see if nm-applet and nm-connection-editor has access to the key in
> > question.
> 
> I will give this procedure a try :-)
> 
> > 
> > If all else fails, you can use the atom-bomb approach and 'rm -rf
> > ~/.gnome2/keyrings' and then try to set the passphrase in
> > nm-connection-editor again.
> 
> I do *not* have this file.

Odd, that means you may not have gnome-keyring installed.  Are you using
the gnome applet, or the KDE applet with KDE?

Dan



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