I updated Fedora 17 this afternoon. There were quite a lot of updates as I've not had much time to update the system lately. However, the update and reboot completed just fine.
My disk is encrypted. Usually, I am asked for the password once on boot and then all of the different partitions are mounted without further requests. Now, however, I am asked for the password several times after login. It seems to be requesting the password for each partition individually.
In addition, every password request for the disk is accompanied by at least one, but I think two, requests for my kdewallet password. It is impossible to satisfy the demands fast enough so I end up with window above window above window asking for one password or another. This happens even though I've checked "remember this password" for the disk encryption password previously. (This isn't an option for kdewallet for obvious reasons.)
Could somebody suggest where I might look for clues as to the cause and, ideally, the solution? I'm thinking it might have to do with the updated selinux policy but I'm obviously not at all sure about this and I don't really know much about selinux so I'm not sure where to start in any case.
I've been through KDE's system settings and can't see anything obviously helpful. When I try to start the kdewallet manager application from the menu, nothing happens at all. That is, nothing appears to be started. (But I'm not really sure whether the manager is just the background process so that nothing would be expected.)
I realise this isn't the most informative description but I would obviously be happy to post additional information if somebody can suggest what might be useful.