Difference between revisions of "KDE Wallet"

From ArchWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(ssh-add.sh fails unless the SSH_ASKPASS env var is set. If user does not log out and back in the variable must be set manually the first time.)
(5 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Category:Daemons and system services]]
+
[[Category:Desktop environments]]
[[Category:Desktop environments (English)]]
+
 
[http://utils.kde.org/projects/kwalletmanager/ KDE Wallet Manager] is a tool to manage the passwords on your KDE system. By using the KDE wallet subsystem it not only allows you to keep your own secrets but also to access and manage the passwords of every application that integrates with the KDE wallet.
 
[http://utils.kde.org/projects/kwalletmanager/ KDE Wallet Manager] is a tool to manage the passwords on your KDE system. By using the KDE wallet subsystem it not only allows you to keep your own secrets but also to access and manage the passwords of every application that integrates with the KDE wallet.
  
Line 14: Line 13:
 
Add this content
 
Add this content
 
  #!/bin/sh
 
  #!/bin/sh
  export SSH_ASKPASS=/usr/bin/ksshaskpass ssh-add </dev/null
+
  ssh-add </dev/null
  
  
Line 21: Line 20:
 
~/.kde4/Autostart/ssh-add.sh
 
~/.kde4/Autostart/ssh-add.sh
 
</pre>  
 
</pre>  
 +
 +
You may also have to source the script that sets the {{ic|SSH_ASKPASS}} environment variable:
 +
. /etc/profile.d/ksshaskpass.sh
  
 
It will ask for your password and unlock the your ssh keys.
 
It will ask for your password and unlock the your ssh keys.

Revision as of 03:44, 17 March 2013

KDE Wallet Manager is a tool to manage the passwords on your KDE system. By using the KDE wallet subsystem it not only allows you to keep your own secrets but also to access and manage the passwords of every application that integrates with the KDE wallet.

Using the KDE Wallet to store ssh keys

Install Ksshaskpass from comunity repo:

pacman -S ksshaskpass

Create the file

~/.kde4/Autostart/ssh-add.sh

Add this content

#!/bin/sh
ssh-add </dev/null


Make it executable and run

chmod +x ~/.kde4/Autostart/ssh-add.sh
~/.kde4/Autostart/ssh-add.sh

You may also have to source the script that sets the SSH_ASKPASS environment variable:

. /etc/profile.d/ksshaskpass.sh

It will ask for your password and unlock the your ssh keys.

You may need to go to system settings -> advanced -> Autostart -> add script in newer version of KDE.

KDE Wallet for firefox

There is an addon to make firefox store passwords with KDE wallet.

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Firefox+addon+for+kwallet?content=116886

KDE Wallet for chromium

Chromium has built in wallet integration.

To enable it you should run your Chromium browser by adding --password-store=kwallet or --password-store=detect.

While second option SHOULD be default it happened to not working for author, so it's if it's happening to You, invoke Your browser with:

chromium --password-store=kwallet