For some reason, I am asked when boot for a new password for the keyring. I don’t know how to use a keyring. I did enter a new password, but at next boot, it asked again. It did not change it.
I looked at
GNOME/Keyring - ArchWiki but it is meaningless to me (not being a programmer).
Next time, simply leave everything empty and confirm with OK. After that it should be quiet.
I pressed Continue (there was no OK), but next reboot was asked again. I autostart Brave and Standard Notes. If neither are autostarted, no prompt. If I then launch either, I am prompted. So launching either one highlights the problem. Why am I prompted for a new password and how do I disable the request? After the password change, I have to re-enter passwords in Brave Proton mail tab.
Solved thanks to limaunion who posted here:
Everytime I open Google Chrome on my Manjaro system, a prompt asks me to enter a password for my default keyring. I know this password as, I believe to remember, I had to enter such a password when I opened Google Chrome for the first time.
I must have overlooked something because I couldn’t really find helpful answers for this issue on the internet. Besides, a lot of the search results on Google referring to a Manjaro forum are not working as there seems to be an issue with SSL certificates!
rm ~/.local/share/keyrings/* Now open Chrome, if it asks you for your password, do not enter one choose Continue each time and ignore any warnings.
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Thank you but even when I disabled automatic login, I received the prompt when I opened something needing a password.
You ended with “I assume you are us…”?
Its a quote and link … click to expand or visit the thread will show the whole thing.