Whenever logging into Ubuntu, it is prompting for the default keyring password and it’s annoying. Run these following commands in a terminal to fix it:
mv default.keyring login.keyring
It shouldn’t ask you for the password again, just like it shouldn’t!
Download these commands in a script to easily run them again: here it is.
EDIT: This isn’t a perfect fix, though, because the next time you set up a password that’s stored in the keyring, the problem will come up again. So please share the better solution if you’ve got it!
The fix for this may be as easy at this (but I’m not sure):
- Open up the program called “Passwords and Encryption Keys” (I searched for “keys” in the dash and hit enter to open it)
- Right click on the “Passwords: login” keyring and select “Set as default”
- Then I deleted any other keyrings that existed.
- Leave a comment and let me know if this solves the problem!