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Old 05-21-2016, 04:37 PM   #16
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the command output looks fine to me.
the keyring is actually a convenience for users, though many perceive it as an inconvenience.
the idea is this: you enter your keyring password once per session, then all sorts of application get authorized through the keyring, and you don't have to enter passwords anymore. at least in gui applications.

so is there actually something not working atm?

nothing you posted in post #1 is an actual error.
 
Old 05-22-2016, 10:26 AM   #17
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keyring pw

Thank you for your patience; can you tell me how to create a keyring p/w?
 
Old 05-23-2016, 03:20 PM   #18
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just enter one when prompted?
or, try your user password?
 
Old 05-26-2016, 12:26 PM   #19
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no public key for 1397BC53640DB

I tried just clicking on it and using my password and it wouldn't let me access it. I decided I had my quota of aggravation for this issue so, I reinstalled Mint and upgraded to 17.3. I realize that is not always a viable solution, but for me it was, at that time. If anyone comes up with a another solution I would really like to hear about it. Please accept my gratitude for your time and patience.
 
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I tried just clicking on it and using my password and it wouldn't let me access it. I decided I had my quota of aggravation for this issue so, I reinstalled Mint and upgraded to 17.3. I realize that is not always a viable solution, but for me it was, at that time. If anyone comes up with a another solution I would really like to hear about it. Please accept my gratitude for your time and patience.
Sorry to hear you reached the point of aggravation. BTDT-

A fresh installation is a good thing and had it been me I may have done much the same.

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