• Gnome update issue: Keyring and Shell


    Hi everybody.

    After the update to 3.12 i got a few issues.
    I have to re-install my Gnome-Keyring and to restart with alt F2 the Gnome-Shell every time.
    Gnome-keyring for Geary and Empathy.
    Gnome-Shell because i got an additional scroll-bar what i don’t like and my bookmarks are gone.

    I create the ~/.config/autostart/gnome-keyring-daemon.desktop file and paste the following:

    [Desktop Entry]  
    Type=Application  
    Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon  
    Hidden=false  
    NoDisplay=false  
    X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true  
    Name[en\_US]=Gnome Keyring Daemon  
    Name=Gnome Keyring Daemon  
    Comment[en\_US]=Load gnome keyring daemon  
      
      
    Comment=Load gnome keyring daemon
    

    to fix the Gnome-Keyring. I dont know if there is a better way?

    Gnome-Shell i update it by altF2.
    I use theme Ceti but that’s updated to 3.12

    Thanks

  • Hi everybody.

    After the update to 3.12 i got a few issues.
    I have to re-install my Gnome-Keyring and to restart with alt F2 the Gnome-Shell every time.
    Gnome-keyring for Geary and Empathy.
    Gnome-Shell because i got an additional scroll-bar what i don’t like and my bookmarks are gone.

    I create the ~/.config/autostart/gnome-keyring-daemon.desktop file and paste the following:

    [Desktop Entry]  
    Type=Application  
    Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon  
    Hidden=false  
    NoDisplay=false  
    X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true  
    Name[en\_US]=Gnome Keyring Daemon  
    Name=Gnome Keyring Daemon  
    Comment[en\_US]=Load gnome keyring daemon  
      
      
    Comment=Load gnome keyring daemon
    

    to fix the Gnome-Keyring. I dont know if there is a better way?

    Gnome-Shell i update it by altF2.
    I use theme Ceti but that’s updated to 3.12

    Thanks

  • Hmm…You should have 3-5 .desktop files for gnome-keyring in /etc/xdg/autostart. Check to see whats there. Also ensure you aren’t missing any packages by running:

    sudo pacman -Sy gnome --needed --noconfirm
    

    (Notice that there is no “u” in that command.) When doing a system upgrade pacman does not install any new packages that may have been added which is why you need to sync with the gnome group to catch them.

    Cheers!

  • Hey Dustin,

    This is in autostart:

    1) gnome-keyring-gpg 2) gnome-keyring-pkcs11 3) gnome-keyring-secrets 4) gnome-keyring-ssh
    

    I also did:

    sudo pacman -Sy gnome --needed --noconfirm
    

    Did gave me no result. Only a few downloads like Epiphany.

    Still same results.

    Thanks so far

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