FC 17 with KDE:
At every login, KWallet prompts me to unlock the default kdewallet (which
contains among other things the wireless network password).
I want this to be unlocked on login, so that I don't need to enter my password twice.
I found this
thread, but I do not have auto login enabled.
Unlocking it automatically on login would be one resolution.
Another would be to have the wallet always allow access by the network manager. But the password prompt doesn't have the "Allow Once"/"Allow Always" buttons that usually show up.
A third solution suggested here is to use a second, passwordless wallet to store certain passwords. However, I am unsure how to make the network manager store and retrieve this password from a different wallet -- it seems to default to using kdewallet.
The prompt reads: "The Application 'KDE Daemon' has requested to open the wallet 'kdewallet'. Please enter the password for this wallet below." [Open/Cancel].
When I enter the wireless password for the network for the first time, the dialog is exactly the same, with no chance to choose an alternate wallet.
Does anyone have any advice here? Am I missing anything?
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