Decoupling gnome-keyring initialization from GNOME compatibility mode
gber at opensuse.org
Fri Sep 2 12:27:41 CEST 2011
* jp.guillemin <jp.guillemin at free.fr> [2011-09-02 12:08]:
> imho this is has to be handled by the distro, not XFCE, as it mostly
> relies on tunning autostart desktop files.
> By default Zenwalk works this way (Gnome services not needed, see
> attached screenshot).
The autostart files you see there are meaningless for Xfce even
in GNOME compatibility mode, they rely on
X-GNOME-Autostart-Phase=Initialization and a DBus interface in
gnome-session that allows gnome-keyring to set environment
variables for the session.
Starting gnome-keyring in Xfce works differently and does not
make use of those autostart files.
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