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#1 2019-03-25 18:38:28

schard
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From: Hannover
Registered: 2016-05-06
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Gnome keyring auto unlock fails with LDAP

I have a setup with centralized user management using LDAP authentication against a server.
When I log in as an arbitrary user, the user's Gnome keyring will not automatically unlock.
It, however, works with local authentication (tried it with a new test user: Seahorse shows keyring unlocked after login here).
I only found this old thread, which vaguely describes the solution to a similar issue.
I don't know whether this actually is a PAM issue. But I followed the LDAP user authentication method as described in the Wiki.
The relevant PAM files I changed are:

$ grep ldap *
passwd:password        sufficient      pam_ldap.so
system-auth:auth      sufficient pam_ldap.so
system-auth:account   sufficient pam_ldap.so
system-auth:password  sufficient pam_ldap.so
system-auth:session   optional  pam_ldap.so

What do I need to change in my setup, in PAM or other possible systems, to allow an LDAP user's keyring to be unlocked after login?
Update: Journal

Last edited by schard (2019-03-25 19:16:31)

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