Ubuntu

KDE Wallet

Asked by Kyddox on 2007-08-12

Every time i start kubuntu, it ask to me for my password, it says taht the knetwork manager is attempting or need to start the KDE Wallet and need my password, kubuntu doesnt made it before, what can i do, or why does ti happen?????

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Ryan Kavanagh
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2007-08-12
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2007-08-12
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2007-08-12
Best Ryan Kavanagh (ryanakca) said : #1

KWallet is a handy utility that causes you to only have to type one password once (usually at login). Without KWallet, each time you would connect to an IM account in kopete, you would need to type in your password. If you use Konqueror as a web browser, all the saved passwords are also stored in KWallet. Since knetwork manager is requesting to access KWallet, I assume you are using a wireless network? I'm guessing that your wireless passphrase is stored in KWallet. You can just type in the password that you created for KWallet. If you don't remember the password, then right-click the 'wallet' in your systray, delete the default wallet, and relogin. It will prompt you to create a wallet.

Hope this works.

http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeutils/kwallet/index.html

Kyddox (kyddox) said : #2

ok, thank you very much, i just understood what is wallet, its working properly

Kyddox (kyddox) said : #3

Thanks Ryan Kavanagh, that solved my question.

Kyddox (kyddox) said : #4

your comment was certainly, i dont need to open the link. thanks