For Chrome. Disable the unlock your keyring popup: enter password to unlock your login keyring
I was confused because I did not understand the problem.
Now I will explain my error and my particular solution.
The files .desktop are the beginning to see what happens.
cat /usr/share/autostart/gnome-* | grep Exec
Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=gpg
Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=pkcs11
Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=secrets
Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=ssh
GNOME Keyring supports automatically unlocking keyrings when the user logs into the machine.
Configuring Gnome Keyring's PAM Support
This is usually installed by default by a distro or OS distributor.
To check if your distro or OS has support for this:
grep -rq pam_gnome_keyring.so /etc/pam.* && echo "Have PAM Support"
To see if a 'login' keyring exists (it's created automatically):
test -f ~/.gnome2/keyrings/login.keyring && echo "Have 'login' keyring"
test -f ~/.local/share/keyrings/login.keyring && echo "Have 'login' keyring"
When using GNOME, gnome-keyring is installed automatically as a part of the gnome group.
You can manage the contents of GNOME Keyring using Seahorse. Install it with the package seahorse.
This was my mistake. I was wrong and I put the first solution, believing it worked. But it did not work because what happened was that the keyrings were unlocked and when you open google-chrome with the unlocked the keyrings do not prompt you for the password.
If I unlock the keyrings before I start chrome, then things seem to be okay.
However, if I close chrome and re-lock the keyrings, I'm still back in a bad state.
** Message: Remote error from secret service: org.freedesktop.Secret.Error.IsLocked: Cannot create an item in a locked collection
This answer explains:
Generally, a keyring is a secure password store, that is encrypted
with a master password.
Once you input the master password, the keyring gets decrypted and all
the passwords inside it are available to the application accessing the
On Gnome/Ubuntu the seahorse application can be used to look at the
keyring and the master password is the same with your user's password
so you don't get asked about it anymore.
Most likely your system's keyring password doesn't match your user's
password, or the integration is somehow broken.
You can try to cancel it and see if you still have access to your
saved website passwords. Most likely you will be asked for the master
password again, as soon as you attempt to use a saved password.
My solution for now (I use https://www.passwordstore.org):
Dec 25 10:06:30 wicope gnome-keyring-daemon: keyring alias directory: /home/usuario/.local/share/keyrings
ls -la ~/.local/share/keyrings/
-rw------- 1 usuario usuario 15928 dic 25 12:04 login.keyring
-rw------- 1 usuario usuario 207 ene 21 2016 user.keystore
After this, gnome-keyring-daemon will not make any Chrome issue anymore, but it will not save any system password (google chrome password will be saved and you can use saved one too).