Re: NetworkManager-openvpn- and gnome-keyring

On Fri, 2014-06-27 at 10:27 +0000, John Frankish wrote:
The configure script for NetworkManager-openvpn- looks for
gnome-keyring-1.pc, which is not present in gnome-keyring-3.10.1

Is this mean to be compiled with ''--without-gnome" for gnome-3?

Which Linux distro do you have?  The development headers are often
shipped in sub-packages, like "gnome-keyring-devel" or "gnome-keyring-
dev".  It may also be named "gnome-keyring-libs-devel" or "gnome-keyring-
libs-dev".  Does your distro have any packages like that?

I compiled Gnome-keyring-3.10.1 from source - it looks like the source package no longer installs 
gnome-keyring-1.pc since about gnome-keyring-3.4.x?

The only libs installed are:

/usr/local/lib/security/ perhaps this makes sense?

I think I know the issue.  Upstream GNOME switched to "libsecret", which
network-manager-openvpn was not ported to use.  We'll have to fix that
in the NM-openvpn 0.9.8.x branch, it was already fixed in git master.

So the short answer is it's not going to work right now, but should


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