[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] Bug#909588: Bug#909588: libqt5keychain1 seems not to find gnome-keyring service

Sandro KnauƟ hefee at debian.org
Sun Oct 21 19:44:23 BST 2018


Hey,

> All started, that the oc client did not remember the login. I am using
> Buster with an XFCE desktop. So I decided to try out the nc client.
> Because it is not packaged for Debian I had to compile it myself. The
> same issue occured. It also lost its login. So I built again with
> libsecret-1-dev installed. From now on everything worked as it should.
> So I think, the oc client issue also can be fixed this way. Maybe it
> is not enough, that qtkeychain is built against libsecret, but the oc
> client isn't. I only described what I did to solve this issue. The
> rest of my environment is a normal Debian Buster installation.
> Maybe there are other XFCE or Gnome users that can reproduce this.

Than I can't improve things here. As grep inside nextcloud client source did 
not give any reference of libsecret, so nextcloud client is not build 
differently with libsecret being installed or not. The only way I can imagine 
is that a dependency of libsecret-1-dev fixes the issue for you. But depending 
on a dev package for a binary package does not make sense at all.

hefee
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