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A fix for keychain locking issues with SSHKeychain
Authored by: blackxacto on Sep 28, '07 03:55:04PM

KEYCHAIN Problems:
Go to User/Library/login.keychain
Trash this file, then log-out.
Log in, then everything fine.

Keychain will stop asking for sign-on permissions.

jr

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A fix for keychain locking issues with SSHKeychain
Authored by: dfbills on Sep 28, '07 04:31:06PM

So are you saying that login can only unlock the keychain which is named after your username?

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Bad advice!
Authored by: sjk on Sep 28, '07 04:50:03PM

Kiss your personal keychain items goodbye if you delete a ~/Library/Keychain/login.keychain file they're saved in, like they are on my systems.



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A fix for keychain locking issues with SSHKeychain
Authored by: gshenaut on Sep 28, '07 08:23:08PM

I resisted doing this because I didn't want to lose my keychain. And, I don't think it would work in this case, because if SSHKeyChain is running, it explicitly locks the keychain when the screensaver starts up (unless is you manually disable it).

Greg Shenaut



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A fix for keychain locking issues with SSHKeychain
Authored by: JiPaul on Nov 29, '07 02:39:12PM
Blackxacto said :
KEYCHAIN Problems:
Go to User/Library/login.keychain
Trash this file, then log-out.
Log in, then everything fine.
Sorry but this was not sufficient in the case of ssh-keychain problem.
Only the solution of gshenaut is ok.

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