I have little prolem that when open up chrome, gnome keyring starts to use cpu on 11%. If i start chrome from command line with
google-chrome --password-store=basic this bug is not present.
The ugly method
chmod +x gnomekey... not acceptable
Also I have tried to not set password for "default keyring" to not ask for password, but keyring still uses high cpu.
I also have basic error messages like
cannot securely allocate, or
/run/user/1000/keyring/control: Connection refused. (The file
control doesn't exist.)
I have also noticed some weird thing that the Default_keyring.keyring is updating/re-creating every second(or faster) and it ends only when I kill the keyring process.
ulimit -l = unlimited already edited in /etc/secur....
Some system info: Ubuntu 16 latest fully updated including latest chrome fully updated. i7-6700HQ, 8gig ram, etc..
But is there any way to start Chrome with
--password-store=basic? NOTE that I really mean always, not only when I click on Chrome icon, but also when Chrome is completely closed and I click on a link in mail client/skype/any application.
So I'm wondering if there is something like startup_args.config file (I haven't found anything like that in profile directory) and also not found password store option in chrome://flags
Thank you for you time and help.
P.S.: I will be really happy if someone can explain me why from 2008 until today are people reporting this error with chrome/ium and gnome-keyring. And also why it happens. It feels like chrome cannot create keyring or fill it with saved passwords.