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Ubuntu :: Get A Message That Ur Login Keyring Password And User Password Do Not Match


i changed my password and whenever i log in i get a message that ur login keyring password and user password do not match, so how do i change my login keyring password!!


View 1 Replies (Posted: May 4th, 2011)

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