Can't login with correct password
Everything started when I edit the file /etc/pam.d/gdm adding the line
to unlock the keyring
When I rebooted I could not login with my usual password.
So I tried to boot in recovery mode using bash shell as root to edit the file again deleting that line, but nothing, the problem was still there.
So, using live cd, I used the shell as root to browse into my home directory and delete the file:
this file was not there, there was only the file
and I deleted it.
Now the problem is still there and here's the strange fact: when I type atlogin my usual user/pass combo, there's a little popup window which claims "Authentication failed", while if I type my user with another wrong password, the same login window shows, as it should be, that user or pass are wrong, etc. etc.
Is there a "painless" way to solve the problem or I really have to reinstall from scratch?