Since libgnome-keyring was added to makedepends, chromium is built with support to gnome-keyring. But that doesn't mean it will use gnome keyring by default.I have seahorse, gnome-keyring, installed. This happened in my computer at work, but it works at my home computer.
The CHANGELOG says this was added in 4.36.0. Which version are you using?Version 4.36.015 December 2012 -add support for retrieving POP/IMAP passwords from, and storing them to, the Gnome keyring. Thanks: Krzysztof Warzecha, Scott Hepler.
Hi There is a way to use autologin and have the login keyring unlocked automatically: 1. Set an empty password. In seahorse, click view and enable By Keyring, 2. Then in the left column under Passwords on Login right click and select Change Password.3. Reboot
Wait for 1.41-2 to be available on your mirrors or install it by hand. It may fix the conflict: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit … 47774c5870If it does not, open a bug report.Edit: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/31755 says 1.41-2 fixes this.
thank you Sir!So, as i recall I can download the package parts and compile myself.leaving off both of these perhaps.+ depends=('gsasl' 'libgnome-keyring')will make post [SOLVED] after a think.wow, many thanks!