I've got an odd issue that began when I STOPPED using Network Manager for my wireless connection, and started using the Wireless Assistant.
The Wireless Assistant handles WPA/WPA2 WAY better than Network Manager, and it does not utilize the keyring. I believe the application saves the WPA2 key, as it only asked for it once, and never has again.
Now, when I start Evolution and hit SEND/RECIEVE I am promted for the DEFAULT KEYRING Password.....
I DON'T HAVE a Default Keyring..........
I have gone to the hidden folder /.gnome2/Keyrings to attempt to DELETE the default.keyring, but the file is not there to be deleted.
If I CREATE a default keyring, no change occurs, the OS acts as if it isn't there.
I have installed PAM and configured it accordingly to try and resolve the issue, but to no avail.
And if it makes any difference, I now have to enter my password TWICE everytime I log into Fedora. No errors or anything, I just have to enter it twice......
IBM T42 Laptop
Fedora Core 8
Nothing Special about the install other that it is strictly GNOME, no KDE.
Thanks and much appreciation!!