kwallet and wireless internet access

O. Sinclair o.sinclair at
Tue Jun 2 08:27:34 UTC 2009

Mario Andes wrote:
> On Mon, 01 Jun 2009 22:05:04 +0200, Jonas Norlander <jonorland at> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 9:58 PM, Mario Andes <multilingus at> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> after upgrading to 9.04 everytime I start the system and the
>>> networkmanager always I am asked for a password by kwallet!
>>> That's annoying. For what does it serve???
>>> Starting Kubuntu I give a password, afterwords I give apassword
>>> for the access point and if I want to do anything on a web site
>>> I have to give another password!
>>> Why does kwallet asks for a password? How can I stop it?
>>> It's ridiculous because using an ethernet connection kwallet is
>>> calm and doesn't appear.
>>> Unfortunately the network manager is dependent of kwallet.
>>> I tried to uninstall kwallet but then I will not be connected to
>>> the access point.
>>> There is no reason why the connection to my access point needs two
>>> passwords.
>> There is not two for you network there are one for open your kwallet
>> and one for you network. You can set kwallet to a empty password and
>> store your network password in it, doing that you don't have to type
>> any.
>> / Jonas
> Hi Jonas,
> how can I change the password? I had the same idea but there is no way..
> Do you the secret?
I only know how to do this in 8.04 - start KControl and find 
"privacy/security", then KDEWallet

I fail to find it in System Settings and have always wondered why

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