When I reinstalled Ubuntu, I logged in on my wifi and authenticated with a password that seahorse saved in "Default". But I want that in "Login" so that I won't have to enter my password twice everytime i reboot, how can that be done?


From http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=10945148&postcount=14

cd ~/.gnome2/keyrings
rm login.keyring
mv default.keyring login.keyring
echo -n "login" > default

(You may not need the last line, and I backed up the login.keyring rather than deleting it).

This worked for me.


From Network Connections.

Click on my Wireless that you connect to automatically when you boot up. Click Edit. And at the very bottom it has a box to make the connection available to all users. Check that box.

---Below is added by OP, text is in Swedish---

Network manager selected in the panel


Selecting wireless network

And at last

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  • Sorry, but it still won't work! – Konstapel Kask May 12 '11 at 11:55

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