How to manage the passwords with Ubuntu?

Asked by tashi on 2010-02-19

Hi.

I use Ubuntu 09.10 and I often do have the same passwords, so I'd like to have keyboard short-cuts to enter the good passwords quickly.

Does someone know a way to pre-record some passwords "ready to type", with a Ctrl+'1'/'2'/... for instance? An answer to this question would be very helpful, thanks to tell me if ever you know a way to pre-enter passwords like this!

And for information, I do use Ubuntu 9.04 and Google Chrome (if it may contribute)...
Thanks to please tell me!

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Solved:
2011-11-26
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2011-11-26
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2010-12-27

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #2

Could someone tell me a way to pre-save my passwords please? For the moment, no answer...
Please tell me a way, maybe with Google Chrome, to pre-save many different passwords...

Thanks to help me once again!
(and if you want, you can use my email to tell me, it is <email address hidden>...)

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #3

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #4

Does definitely no one know the way to pre-save some passwords, for instance with Google Chrome and Ubuntu 9.10?

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #5

Ok, I'll set the problem as solved, because nobody will answer me now...
Anyway, if ever someone comes here and sees this question, thanks to please answer, it would be really great to tell me how to pre-save passwords with google-chrome.

Bye everyone

xiscobernal (xiscobernal) said : #6

I forgot administration password. Thanks.

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #7

... then you coud try for instance (and if ever you really don't manage to remember it, which would be obviously a lot better!) to use john, the password cracker... But just remember that it could not be immediate of course, so be patient or try to remember your password!

But I still would like to hear answers for the real problem, thanks to you all, linuxers!

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #8

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #9

OK, looks like there's sadly no way to remember any password we could type simply using a keyboard shortcut... This is not yet implemented, but should be thought about!

tashi (pierre-mirmont) said : #10

But so now, as the problem does not look like being already solvable, I'll say the question was solved...
(even if it's not the case, one less opened question is better!)