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Aug
22
comment Workaround for bug #889911: creating multiple folders in Nautilus fails
My parameters are Ubuntu 15.04.latest, installed nemo a few days ago, tried it a couple times, the behavior appeared, uninstalled nemo.
Aug
22
comment Workaround for bug #889911: creating multiple folders in Nautilus fails
@Fabby I tried installing nemo, but it didn't solve the problem. Seems to be at a lower level.
Aug
21
revised Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
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Aug
20
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Aug
17
revised Workaround for bug #889911: creating multiple folders in Nautilus fails
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Aug
17
revised Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
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Aug
17
awarded  Scholar
Aug
17
accepted Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
Aug
17
answered Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
Aug
17
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Aug
17
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Aug
17
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Aug
15
revised Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
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Aug
15
revised Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
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Aug
14
comment Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
"Gnome-keyring stores passwords for websites and other passwords, like ssh, gpg, etc. The keyring is unlocked when you login into the system and does not require to enter master password again. That is normal behavior." The whole point of my question is that the keyring is not unlocked, so I can't get to the stored passwords. Can you read that?
Aug
14
comment Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
A useful answer would be one that explains why gnome-keyring is not working for me instead of telling me I don't have a problem. I don't want to login without a password. It's insecure. I do login with passwords, and the keyring is not working as you say it does.
Aug
14
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Aug
14
comment Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Aug
14
comment Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
Please read the question. What I expect to happen is right there. If I don't have to enter the password after login, all the better. But I'd be happy with entering it once (or periodically).
Aug
14
comment Password manager does not trigger with Chromium when it should
"The expected flow would be the global pw manager popping up, demanding my password, then filling in the browser auth dialog. Instead, nothing happens."