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Option 1: Manage with Seahorse Typically, matching your keyring password to your login password will unlock your keyring at logon (unless the logon is automatic). You can install the management application seahorse to modify your keyring password to match. sudo apt install seahorse seahorse Option 2: Delete the Keyring If you're not concerned about ...


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I was having a problem once where I changed my user account password and then my key-chain popped up when I logged into the system, or launched chrome. You just need to put in your original key-chain password if this is what is happening to you. If it's not then you could always manually go in and change your key-chain password so that it automatically saves ...


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This is expected behavior. If you have enabled disk encryption, you'll need to enter your password to unlock the disk or the computer won't be able to boot.


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What you were using before was most probably gnome-keyring/seahorse, which is automatically starting with the system, loading your keys and offering them to the ssh. Regardless agent/keyring, it should start before your graphical session so all the other terminals and apps will see the authentication socket for the agent. This is usually set up in the ....


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Okay! After some heavy digging, First, update Chrome (⋮ in upper-right corner > Help > About Google Chrome)—a fix has already been submitted but it did not fix all issues. Then subscribe to the bug report and report your issue so the devs know they can ask for your help testing a potential fix. If the update doesn't fix it, try running Chrome with the ...


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It's because you have auto login set. If you disable auto login Chrome will not ask each time. It's a security "feature".


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Setting this keyring to blank should let it do its thing without bothering you. If you have already set it up, trash your keyring and restart Chrome to receive the fresh prompt, where you can set it to not use a password. Check the following locations for the keychain (remember to save a copy as backup first): ~/.gnome2/keyrings/default.keyring ~/.local/...


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