Slackware 12.2; kernel 2.6.27, KDE 3.5.10, Enlightenment DR16.
kdewallet is getting on my tits these days:
Its ability to store password for my outgoing gmail smtp account seems compromised, I have to enter the password manually upon sending a message.
[Kontact was told to use kdewallet
in Sending tab
are set to remember password
; kdewallet prompt to unlock the wallet when I first start
the computer in the morning and kontact download mail from several
mailboxes just fine; he too allow me to send via another
smtp server, phpnet.org, without fuss.]
Whereas kdewallet work at remembering (albeit not all)
passwords, with Konqueror browsing my FTP server
it's another story: I have to re-input the login name and password every morning; it will then remember them but will prompt in front of me to click 'ok' on a pre-filled login pop-up every now and then, it seems it only auto-send the necessary login information for about three minutes, then prompts again. Over a slow connection, when deleting large files, it simply leads to failure. My FTP server auto-disconnects after 15 minutes of inactivity.
I do _not_ have this problem with gnome 2.14 on a fedora10 laptop, over 15 minutes it does the re-connection without prompt BTW.
There's no man page or info page for kdewallet, and the manual doesn't help at all in regard to Time-Outs or "reset" a password's properties (you can only delete, which I will sure do).