ph1l asked this same question in Nov '16, but I didn’t see an answer.
I have the Latest Desktop Client (2.4.2?) installed on Raspberry Pi-3. It always prompts for the Default keyring passwd at boot. I want to run the Pi headless, but this prompt requires manual intervention for passwd entry every time the Pi reboots, like after a power hit. The Pi is hosting the OwnCloud server too if that matters. Since this Pi is running Raspbian Stretch, it uses Gnome-keyring, but does not have the Seahorse UI for actual password management like Ubuntu has.
- Is there a way to prevent the passwd request, or auto-answer this passwd prompt at boot time like is done for the user account, which auto-logs-on at boot time?
- Or is there a way to tell OwnCloud to save its connection passwords in the Login keyring rather than the Default keyring so that the user login, which enables access to the Login keyring will suffice?