HEADS UP: GNOME 2.26 available for FreeBSD

Joe Marcus Clarke marcus at FreeBSD.org
Tue Apr 14 00:48:48 UTC 2009

On Tue, 2009-04-14 at 04:46 +0400, Dmitry Morozovsky wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Apr 2009, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> JMC> > JMC> > remote login using ssh keys with the following message in the logs (sorry, 
> JMC> > JMC> > can't reproduce the message from Terminal popup window)
> JMC> > JMC> > 
> JMC> > JMC> > Apr 12 11:54:37 <console.info> revamp kernel: Apr 12 11:54:37 <auth.notice> 
> JMC> > JMC> > revamp gnome-keyring-ask: couldn't allocate secure memory to keep passwords and 
> JMC> > JMC> > or keys from being written to the disk
> JMC> > JMC> > 
> JMC> > JMC> > Any hints to fix this? RELENG_7/i386
> JMC> > JMC> 
> JMC> > JMC> This error is normal, and not fatal.  How do you have PAM configured for
> JMC> > JMC> SSH?
> JMC> > 
> JMC> > 
> JMC> > Hrrm, this is from client side, not from server, how can PAM intervent with 
> JMC> > this?
> JMC> 
> JMC> Then I guess I misunderstand the problem.  Are you having a problem with
> JMC> seahorse-agent acting as an SSH agent?
> It seems to be so.
> Let me explain the situation a bit:
> My home machine, RELENG_7/i386, with fresh source and fresh ports tree, acts as 
> my window to my work servers, some of them recognising my SSH key as trusted.
> Before the upgrade, I had once pop-up asking for my key passphrase, then 
> let me use this private key during my (home) session without further asking.
> Now, when I try to connect to the host which even possibly want to check 
> whether I want to present some key there, I got the pop-up. I even checked that 
> I can connect to the host in question using plain xterm, and have usual 
> password qiery.

What versions of gnome-keyring and seahorse do you have?


Joe Marcus Clarke
FreeBSD GNOME Team      ::      gnome at FreeBSD.org
FreeNode / #freebsd-gnome
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: not available
Type: application/pgp-signature
Size: 195 bytes
Desc: This is a digitally signed message part
Url : http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-ports/attachments/20090414/a3c66971/attachment.pgp

More information about the freebsd-ports mailing list