Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Terry Coles
On Saturday, 5 June 2021 10:40:22 BST Terry Coles wrote: It's not been my day for performing error free tasks ;-( Apart from an unrelated cock-up earlier today, I now realise that bitwarden does work well for Google-like logins. See below. > There's two bits of bad news; first bitwarden has

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Keith Edmunds
On Sat, 05 Jun 2021 12:28:36 +0100, d-...@hadrian-way.co.uk said: > Are you using it as an extension or as a full installation into Linux? Both. -- Great music, chat and even some wit. Join me every Friday evening at 8pm for Keith's Music Box: https://www.mixcloud.com/live/KeithsMusicBox/ --

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Terry Coles
On Saturday, 5 June 2021 11:38:37 BST Keith Edmunds wrote: > Each time the browser is restarted, not each time it's used. Sorry. That's what I meant. > I've had it work successfully on that kind of login, but next time I'll > pay more attention to how it works. Are you using it as an extension

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Keith Edmunds
On Sat, 05 Jun 2021 10:40:22 +0100, d-...@hadrian-way.co.uk said: > first bitwarden has to be explicitly unlocked each time the browser is used. Each time the browser is restarted, not each time it's used. > The second issue is that it doesn't work when logging in to Google > itself. Unlike

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Keith Edmunds
On Sat, 5 Jun 2021 10:19:56 +0100, petermerch...@hotmail.com said: > to see if it works across multiple devices It does. I'm using it on two Linux systems, my MacBook and my Android phone. -- Great music, chat and even some wit. Join me every Friday evening at 8pm for Keith's Music Box:

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Terry Coles
On Saturday, 5 June 2021 09:13:42 BST Terry Coles wrote: > Thanks Keith. I'll look into that. Some good news and some bad news. The good news is that it appears to work well for most sites. There's two bits of bad news; first bitwarden has to be explicitly unlocked each time the browser is

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread PeterMerchant
On 05/06/2021 09:13, Terry Coles wrote: On Saturday, 5 June 2021 08:41:42 BST Keith Edmunds wrote: Or use something like Bitwarden. Open Source, runs on Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, IoS. Automatically syncs. Can be self-hosted if you're paranoid, but you don't need to. And your passwords

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Terry Coles
On Saturday, 5 June 2021 08:41:42 BST Keith Edmunds wrote: > Or use something like Bitwarden. Open Source, runs on Linux, Windows, Mac, > Android, IoS. Automatically syncs. Can be self-hosted if you're > paranoid, but you don't need to. And your passwords belong to you, not > Google or Mozilla.

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-05 Thread Keith Edmunds
On Fri, 04 Jun 2021 12:22:42 +0100, d-...@hadrian-way.co.uk said: > I'm left with two choices; post a bug on Launchpad or abandon Chromium. Or use something like Bitwarden. Open Source, runs on Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, IoS. Automatically syncs. Can be self-hosted if you're paranoid, but you

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Terry Coles
On Friday, 4 June 2021 13:28:36 BST Patrick Wigmore wrote: > I've just tried to reproduce the bug using the Chromium snap package, > version 91.0.4472.77. > > I was able to save a new username/password, close the browser, open > the browser, then access the username/password. > > In other words,

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Patrick Wigmore
I've just tried to reproduce the bug using the Chromium snap package, version 91.0.4472.77. I was able to save a new username/password, close the browser, open the browser, then access the username/password. In other words, I could not reproduce the issue. My profile directory was

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Patrick Wigmore
On Fri, 04 Jun 2021 12:22:42 +0100, Terry Coles wrote: > I was unable to find that directory or the one mentioned by the Mac > user that you referred to. If you go to chrome://version/ in Chromium, then it should tell you your current Profile Path; the directory where you would find the Login

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Terry Coles
On Friday, 4 June 2021 11:57:12 BST Patrick Wigmore wrote: > I don't really use Chromium, but I just tested saving a password and, > sure enough, it did not appear in KWalletManager, but it did appear in > Chromium's Settings and persists after restarting the browser. This is > in Chromium

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Patrick Wigmore
On Fri, 04 Jun 2021 09:38:03 +0100, Terry Coles wrote: > Anyone else noticed this? I upgraded to Kubuntu 21.04 a few days > ago and now Chromium doesn't store passwords. The offer is made, > and clcking OK is accepted, but opening 'Settings - Passwords' > shows that no passwords have been

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread Terry Coles
On Friday, 4 June 2021 10:10:13 BST John Carlyle-Clarke wrote: > Is it potentially related to this? > > https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2021/01/chromium-sync-google-api-removed > > It's not clear to me whether this would break local password storage or not. > On Fri, 4 Jun 2021, 09:38 Terry Coles,

Re: [Dorset] Chromium no Longer Stores Passwords on Kubuntu

2021-06-04 Thread John Carlyle-Clarke
Is it potentially related to this? https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2021/01/chromium-sync-google-api-removed It's not clear to me whether this would break local password storage or not. On Fri, 4 Jun 2021, 09:38 Terry Coles, wrote: > Hi, > > Anyone else noticed this? I upgraded to Kubuntu 21.04