于 2018年4月9日 CDT下午7:08:53, "andré via evolution-list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Le 2018-04-09 à 02:35, David a écrit :
>> On Mon, 2018-04-09 at 05:54 +0200, Andre Klapper wrote:
>>> On Sun, 2018-04-08 at 20:09 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>>> On Sun, 2018-04-08 at 19:52 +0200, Andre Klapper wrote:
>>>>> On Sun, 2018-04-08 at 17:38 +0100, David wrote:
>>>>>> I've loaded seahorse onto my desk PC and it works fine, I cannot
>>>>>> seahorse on to my laptop, unable to update was part of the reason
>>>>>> replaced the hard drive and started again.
>>>>>> I've got the old laptop hard drive, as a secondary drive, working
>>>>>> my desk PC.
>>>>>> Where should I go looking, with seahorse, to find the passwords?
>>>> The problem for the OP much likely is, that the OP runs a user
>>>> from the primary hard drive. The $HOME of the user on the secondary
>>>> drive is not shown when running seahorse. One way to work around
>>>> would be to change fstab entries, to mount /home/ from the
>>>> drive. This could have a few pitfalls. Is /home/ of the install of
>>>> primary disk on a separated partition or part of the root
>>>> When /home/ from the secondary partition is used, some software
>>>> transform data of apps for usage with the installed versions and
>>>> data might not be backwards compatible anymore and so on and so on.
>>> Ah, thanks for way better understanding the problem than I did! :)
>>> In that case I'd rather investigate why the OP cannot get Seahorse
>>> their laptop and what "unable to update" means exactly. Which might
>>> off-topic for the scope of this Evolution mailing list.
>> A little bit of the background, I was unhappy with some Linux
>> distributions having old versions of programs, Evolution being one of
>> After some research and trying various distributions I settled on
>> Manjaro. I was very pleased with this and loaded it onto my desk PC
>> my laptop. Then one of the updates stopped my desk PC from booting. I
>> had to extract the files from the hard disk manually to continue
>> working. Evolution was the worst problem because I could not do a
>> up, but I managed to get it working on the new distribution.
>> I then decided not to allow my laptop to upgrade, since then I've
>> to upgrade Manjaro or add new utilities without success.
>> Hence I decided to install a new SSD into my laptop on to which I've
>> loaded Debian 8. This could give me another problem, the Manjaro
>> was made with Evolution 3.22, the Debian 8 version is 3.12. I might
>> to look at upgrading Evolution, I don't want to go through the hassle
>> rebuilding Evolution again.
>> Looking where the passwords are stored, in the shadow files, I've
>> the shadow files from the Manjaro laptop disk and I'll try adding
>> into another working system to see if I can read them with Seahorse.
>> I know Patrick is not going to like me saying this but all but one of
>> the passwords I've got written down. I just need to recover that G
>> password. I've tried accessing G mail, but without the password I'm
>A suggestion :
>You could try putting all your passwords into a file with strong
>password protection and a very obscure name. Of course it is always
>easy to forget putting a password or two in such a file.
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