>> > Install keyring manager and then you can remove/add keyrings and such.
>> > Just play with it a little and you'll get the hang of it.
>> I was just looking at this again.
>> Is there in fact a keyring manager that runs under KDE?
>> Or does one have to install the gnome-keyring-manager package?
> I haven't been following the thread, but it sounds as though kwallet is
> what you want.
Are keyring and kdewallet related?
I've managed to give myself different kdewallet and keyring passwords.
I wish I could get rid of them both.
What exactly is their purpose?
In my case they just add to my blood pressure.
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