Re: (no subject)

On Fri, 2006-06-09 at 14:06 -0400, Robert G. Brown wrote:
> I've installed am-keyring and so on, and I no longer have to enter a
> password a second time after logging in to unlock the keyring.  However,
> since I installed it, I'm prompted twice for the login password in gdm.
> I'm guessing that I've done something wrong in the pam-keyring config,
> but there isn't any real documentation so I'm not sure if I have the
> wrong /etc/pam.d/gdm (I'm using the one proposed on the pam-keyring
> website pretty much intact, but it differs very slightly from the
> suggestion in the man page):
> #%PAM-1.0
> auth		required
> auth		optional	try_first_pass
> auth		include		system-auth
> account		required
> account		include		system-auth
> password	include		system-auth
> session		include		system-auth
> session		required
> session		optional
> session		optional
> Can anyone who is using this see anything obviously wrong with this?
>     rgb
I guess it is time to get gnome-keyring and pam_keyring a mailing list
of some sort.  Sorry about the chatter guys.  

This was fixed in Core 5, but the reason that was happening before was
system-auth wasn't set to try_first_pass.  Make sure
your /etc/pam.d/system-auth file has something like this in it.

auth        sufficient nullok try_first_pass

Beyond that please go to and use
the link to mail me for more support.

Sorry again NM-list


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