Bug#531695: Also hasn't worked for me for a long while

Russell Stuart russell-debian at stuart.id.au
Sun Feb 14 05:00:11 UTC 2016

I'm using lightdm.  The keyring is used by evolution.  The keyring
password is the same as my login password in /etc/shadow.  I haven't
touched the stuff in /etc/pam.d, and AFAICT it looks fine (ie,
pam_gnome_keyring.so is mentioned everywhere it should be).

I was never able to get to get the keyring to unlock automatically in

A week ago I got a new laptop and did a fresh stretch install and was
hoping the problem would disappear.  The situation is unchanged - when
evolution starts, gcr prompts for keyring password and I have to re-
enter it.

If it would help, I can try to verify I can reproduce this in a kvm
container from a fresh sid install.
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