[ubuntu-us-in] Ubuntu-us-in Digest, Vol 44, Issue 2
war.tribe.mc at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 23:56:02 UTC 2012
what was happening was when my laptop finally got booted up, a window
popped up asking me for my password before i could even use anything on the
desktop or whatever. but it said "keyring access" on it and in the top left
hand area of my screen above the ubuntu button. but i think what it was,
was that when i had done a previous reinstall, i forgot to check mark the
option to have the OS log me in automatically. i made sure i check marked
that option when i reinstalled it again. but, something else has been
happening for quite some time now. my browser tends to resize itself to a
smaller window and back to full size on its on. or so it seems that way. i
don't know whether i'm hitting a certain combination of keys by accident to
make it do that or not. i have turned off the mousepad so that i wouldn't
make accidental inputs. i'm using chromium. so i don't know what's going on
with that. i'd like to find out why my browser window resizes itself and
back on its own like it does. any clues?
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> 1. Re: Help with keyring issue (Sim?n Ruiz)
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> Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2012 13:46:47 -0500
> From: Sim?n Ruiz <simon.a.ruiz at gmail.com>
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> On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:29 AM, Charlie Luna <war.tribe.mc at gmail.com>
> > When my laptop finally gets booted and I'm looking at the desktop, I
> have to
> > click on the keyring box in order to pit my password in. Before all I
> had to
> > do was to start typing in my password and everything was fine. Is this a
> > feature of 11.10 or have I changed something by accident? I may just
> > reinstall 11.10 to see if that fixes it.
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> Sorry for the late reply on this.
> I haven't personally noticed the issue you're describing. I don't know
> that I actually use a keyring, though. I think my wife's laptop uses
> one to store wireless access point passwords and such, but I don't
> think she's noticed any issues either.
> Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Did you re-install? If so, did it help?
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