ANNOUNCEMENT: gnome-keyring 2.19.90

gnome-keyring is the part of the GNOME Desktop that saves your network
and other passwords securely.

Important Notes:

    * gnome-keyring has a PAM module which can automatically unlock
      users' keyrings. This needs distro and/or OS integration:

    * gnome-keyring now optionally depends on libhal and libhal-storage.
      This is to support use of keyrings on removable media.

    * When run on an OS that does not allow a normal user to lock
      memory, passwords and/or keys may be written to disk.

Changes between and 2.19.90:

    * Fix problem where keyrings are created in wrong directory
      [Nathaniel McCallum]
    * Incorporated security fixes from Novell
    * Fix crashers when the ask dialog sends back bad data.
    * Now builds on Solaris [Damien Carbery]
    * Configure PAM module directory better [Matthias Clasen]
    * Fix memory leaks

Updated Translations:

    * Ihar Hrachyshka (be latin)
    * Runa Bhattacharjee (bn_IN)
    * Hendrik Brandt (de)
    * Priit Laes (et)
    * Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio (eu)
    * Ankit Patel (gu)
    * Žygimantas Beručka (lt)
    * Kjartan Maraas (nb)


Source code:
[MD5 sum: 5c6c438b3ab23321b4e99dbfb358574a]

Stef Walter

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