How to disable the keyring for SSH and GPG ?
I would like to keep the keyring for the wifi and other stuff. I'm using Ubuntu 12.04.
First duplicate the file
and to add the following line at the end:
This should disable SSH management when you restart your session.
To disable GPG, do the same with the file
In a terminal session (using Ctrl-Alt-T) you can stop the gnome-keyring process from working with ssh by using:
You can stop the nautilus seahorse-tool from using the gpg-agent by using:
You can stop the gnome-keyring process completely with the command:
Each of the above actions is restored by logging in again.
Wifi passwords available to all userids are stored in the
Individual key passwords can be deleted from the login or other keyring using the
If the gnome-keyring isn't present, ssh-agent will still be running, but it doesn't store gpg keys.
There are two lines in
Commenting out just this line would stop it from starting for all sessions of all users of your system using the login password to unlock the login keyring.
With current version of Ubuntu, changing the
Here the daemon needs to be restricted to only provide some services by adding