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comment gpg ask for passphrase every time although gpg-agent is configured
possible duplicate of How to disable the keyring for SSH and GPG?
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comment gpg ask for passphrase every time although gpg-agent is configured
I just did ps -e | grep gnome and found 2118 ? 00:00:01 gnome-keyring-d. So you are right. Now that I think about it, the dialog looks like Gnome. How can I deactivate this then and replace by a KDE component? Does NetworkManager depend on this to store the WLAN passwords?
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Mention KDE
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comment gpg ask for passphrase every time although gpg-agent is configured
I use KDE and Awesome WM. I would prefer not to use the Gnome Keyring. I updated the question.
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comment Will “guided with encrypted LVM” enable TRIM on a SSD?
I just finished reading your answer in the link. Makes sense. Since OCZ is not Intel or Samsung, the cron job will probably not do anything, then. Still I think I need to do a bit more to get it through LVM and LUKS by setting the appropriate options in the crypttab, right?
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comment Will “guided with encrypted LVM” enable TRIM on a SSD?
I saw that there is no discard in my /etc/fstab although it is installed on an SSD. mount does not show any discard either. Does that mean the OCZ Nocti does not support TRIM in Ubuntu?
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comment How to disable PIN on SIM card
In Debian Stable I got this to work with NetworkManager version 0.9.4.0-10. I assume the bug is fixed now, and the fix is in Ubuntu a long time now.
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comment How can I know the number of bad sectors on my hard drive?
I assume that it will try to write in each block, but write the original data back again.