Snapping applications that uses keyring
kyle.fazzari at canonical.com
Tue Jan 3 19:56:56 UTC 2017
On 01/03/2017 11:11 AM, Jamie Strandboge wrote:
> On Wed, 2016-12-21 at 10:11 -0800, Kyle Fazzari wrote:
>> Hey all.
>> Has anyone tried to snap an application that uses a keyring to store
>> passwords? I took a crack at the Nextcloud desktop client yesterday, and
>> as it stands right now I need to enter my Nextcloud password every time
>> I start it up as it has nowhere to save it.
>> I know relatively little about the gnome-keyring-daemon, but I assume it
>> encrypts its keyring typically with the login password, and is unlocked
>> by pam as a side effect of logging in. Do we have an interface covering
>> access to the default keyring? Or do we need to embed
>> gnome-keyring-daemon inside our snaps?
> Based on this email and responses, it sounds like you are interested in classic
> systems (ie, non-all snap systems, as opposed to 'confinement: classic') and
> using the user session's keyring manager, in this case, gnome-keyring. In that
> light, a 'gnome-keyring' interface needs to be implemented as an
Indeed, you understand correctly, thanks for the information! I've
logged the following bug for this:
Kyle Fazzari (kyrofa)
kyle at canonical.com
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