Just switched to Xfce recently and have run across a couple of things
that appear to be start up service related when compared to GNOME.
First, when building a package locally using osc, I end up with an "401
Authentication" error. Pocking around a bit this appears to be
gnome-keyring related. However, I have gnome-keyring-daemon running and
marked as "autostart". When I used GNOME I didn't do anything special,
osc just worked. Anyone has any idea what I need to do to get the
keyring usage working again?
Second, also authentication related, I now need to enter my passphrase
when using key-authenticated ssh login. I suppose GNOME by default
starts an ssh agent thus that the passphrase only gets entered once? How
do I accomplish this with Xfce. The "autostratup" has an entry for "SSH
Key Agent". What am I missing?
Help is appreciated.
Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
SUSE-IBM Software Integration Center LINUX
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