How To Remove Ubuntu's Password Keyring - 4 views
So here’s how you get rid of the keyring manager.
- Open up your Home Folder by clicking Places>Home Folder
- Press CTRL-H (or click View>Show Hidden Files)
- Find a folder called .gnome2 (it has a period at the beginning of the name) and open it by double clicking on it
- Inside of the .gnome2 folder, there is another folder called keyrings. Open it up.
- Delete any files you find within the keyrings folder
- Restart the computer
After you restart and login (if you’re automatically logging in) you’ll probably be asked to enter your wireless networks WPA/WEP encryption key (because we made it forget). After you type that password in, the keyring manager will appear to let you know that it would like to handle the storage of that password and lock it away with a new keyring.
- ...2 more annotations...
Instead of typing in a new password, leave both boxes completely empty and click Create.
You’ll then be asked if you know what the hell you’re doing:
Go ahead and click Use Unsafe Storage.
Hotot twitter application review - 2 views
Install 64bit Flash from a PPA or .deb - 1 views
To be able to encode mp3 files with Sound Juicer on Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope just install the package gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse.