Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu Future - Target Market

2011-10-22 Thread Julien Lavergne

Le 21 oct. 2011 à 01:52, Rob maki...@gmail.com a écrit :

 So, I guess I have a philosophical question to ask of the Lubuntu developers; 
  where do you want to take Lubuntu and what do you want to achieve in coming 
 releases?

The priorities are optimizations and stabilizations, and adding most needed and 
wanted features. I personally don't think we should compare us with other 
distros (even Xubuntu). We have a goal, Xubuntu has another, let's just trying 
to do our best to improve ourselft for our users :)

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] samba support missing from command line?

2011-10-22 Thread Julien Lavergne

Le 21 oct. 2011 à 23:15, maps.backw...@gmail.com a écrit :

 phillw asked me to send this along. 
 
 anywho, i tried to connect to a Samba share and couldn't browse to it via Go 
  Network Drives  Windows Network (errors Failed to retrieve share list 
 from server and then The specified location is not mounted) but could get 
 to it via smb:// URI. 
 
 however, i really wanted to browse in lxterminal, so i proceeded to:
 sudo mount -t cifs //server/share /mnt
 and it failed. upon installing smbfs, no problems.
 
 i guess the real question is whether or not this is a bug. if we intend CLI 
 to support Samba natively, then this should be a part of lubuntu-core, else 
 we should at least add it to the wiki and/or FAQ.
 
 wxl

See previous email of PCMan about it :

No, it's not a bug and smbfs is not needed, either.
GVFS, if properly installed with proper backends, should support smb.
If you can use gvfs-ls or gvfs-* commands to handle smb:// paths, then it's a 
bug of pcmanfm.
Otherwise, gvfs or other stuff is not correctly configured under lubuntu.

Could you please do the tests with gvfs and report back ?

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu - One Stop Thread

2011-10-22 Thread Julien Lavergne

Le 21 oct. 2011 à 19:58, Ali Linx amjja...@gmail.com a écrit :

 
 Dear All,
 
 I think this will be the first Mega Lubuntu Thread on Ubuntu Forum. Since my 
 most activities on the Forum and because I'm trying to put together 
 everything related to Lubuntu in one place, I have decided to create this 
 thread:
 
 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1844755
 
 Before, it was just a thread with two guides but now, it has another purpose 
 and aim.
 
 Thank you!
 
 P.S.
 Needless to say that your contributions will be highly appreciated ;)
 

Good idea, thanks for your work :)
Please also keep links on the wiki to this thread, so people searching on the 
documentation can find easily this valuable source of information.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] [Bug 664206] Re: SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even if saved in the password manager

2011-10-22 Thread urusha
This problem still exists in oneiric with default lubuntu setup. SSH_AUTH_SOCK 
is  point to ssh-agent socket which is started by /etc/X11/Xsession. 
Gnome-keyring starts but environment variables are not exported in LXDE/Lubuntu 
session. And I can not find the place where it's exported  by gnome/unity 
session. So the only workaround I found is to add to ~/.profile or somewhere in 
/etc/X11/Xsession.d/...:
export `/usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components=ssh`

So,  I think this should be fixed the way similar to gnome-session, to
allow enabling/disabling it via .config/autostart gui tools.

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Title:
  SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even
  if saved in the password manager

Status in GNOME keyring services:
  Unknown
Status in “gdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “gnome-keyring” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “lxde-common” package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in “lxdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: lxde-common

  SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not being properly set. (Or it is pointing to a sock
  that doesn't accomplish its job.)

  Expected behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and the password manager opens a GUI to ask 
for the passphrase. Once unlocked, it remains unlocked until you log off. 
Moreover, at that moment of unlocking you can tell it to remember the 
passphrase forever so it gets automatically unlocked next time you login. Any 
other application that uses ssh-like connections will find this key unlocked as 
well.

  Observed behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and it prompts you for the key passphrase 
in the terminal. You run it again, you are prompted again. Any other 
application that uses ssh-like connections will result in a passphrase prompt 
as well.

  How to reproduce:
  Enter Lubuntu session
  Open Passwords and Encryption Keys
  Create a Secure Shell key
  Configure this key to some domain you can ssh to
  Open a terminal and run ssh myn...@mydomain.net
  You are promted for a password in the terminal interface.

  Partial workaround:
  Here is a partial workaround for a terminal session: export 
SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh` after the keyring-daemon has been loaded.
  But it only works within the same terminal session, not for other 
applications that launch ssh-like processes.
  Disclaim: it works for Lubuntu session inside a Ubuntu 10.04 install, with 
GDM as session manager.

  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/ssh-PZgdl10603/agent.10603
  $ ssh mydomain
  Enter passphrase for key '/home/leorolla/.ssh/id_rsa': [pressed ^C]
  $ export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh`
  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/keyring-k3BQQd/ssh
  $ ssh mydomain
  Last login: Wed Oct 20 19:58:06 2010 from 
  Your default printer is 
  mydomain:leorolla [blinking cursor!]

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu - One Stop Thread

2011-10-22 Thread Ali Linx
Thank you so much for your nice words, I appreciate that :)

@Tim

This should be very useful as long as you take ownership and keep it up to
 date and until it gets so big it's impossible to navigate.   It should prove
 useful for this release and a new one could be started for subsequent
 releases.


I'll update it on daily basis whether on this release or the coming ones :)
With the index page on the first post, it's impossible that it will be hard
to navigate ;) By time, you'll understand what I mean.
I've seen some threads like GRUB2 Threads but drs305 which are great threads
but hard to navigate because there is NO index page/post that will point you
to exactly where you want.

Thank you again :)


@Lance

Looks great, I like it :^)

 I've had very little desk time lately but I think that's a great idea.
 Possibly around December or January I can help contribute to that.

 Thanks for your dedication,



Appreciate that :)
Don't worry about that, take your time.
My pleasure and I'm glad to dedicate my time to this great time. Thanks for
your words :)


@Julien

Good idea, thanks for your work :)
 Please also keep links on the wiki to this thread, so people searching on
 the documentation can find easily this valuable source of information.


You are most welcome and it's my pleasure to help :)
I'll do that once I'm done with adding more stuff. I'm planning to add other
links, posts and stuff like that.
Thank you so much for your nice and encouraging words :)



On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 2:47 PM, Julien Lavergne gi...@ubuntu.com wrote:


 Le 21 oct. 2011 à 19:58, Ali Linx amjja...@gmail.com a écrit :


 Dear All,

 I think this will be the first Mega Lubuntu Thread on Ubuntu Forum. Since
 my most activities on the Forum and because I'm trying to put together
 everything related to Lubuntu in one place, I have decided to create this
 thread:

 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1844755

 Before, it was just a thread with two guides but now, it has another
 purpose and aim.

 Thank you!

 P.S.
 Needless to say that your contributions will be highly appreciated ;)






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[Lubuntu-desktop] [ PCManFM ] Trash - Adding Trash to Desktop

2011-10-22 Thread Ali Linx
Hi PCMan and everyone,

As you may know, many users including myself are wondering when it's
possible to add Trash to desktop and have Right Click  Empty Trash just
like the other Desktop Environment?

http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=8t=2018

I followed the above steps and I have now two icons on my Desktop but there
is NO Empty Trash Option from that icon, I still have to do it the old way.

Beside, is there any news regarding Drag and Drop feature for PCManFM?

Thank you!

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [ PCManFM ] Trash - Adding Trash to Desktop

2011-10-22 Thread Gabriel Salles
Another problem of doing the way that is said at the
http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=8t=2018 is that the trash icon
doesn't change if the trash is empty or full.
I don't really have a problem with the way that works the trash at this
D.E., but anyway,,, =P

Atenciosamente,

Gabriel Salles
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [ PCManFM ] Trash - Adding Trash to Desktop

2011-10-22 Thread Ali Linx

 Does it happen with all icon themes?


Yes.


On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Andrew Woodhead 
andrew.woodhead...@gmail.com wrote:



 On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Gabriel Salles 
 gabrielper...@gmail.comwrote:

 Another problem of doing the way that is said at the
 http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=8t=2018 is that the trash icon
 doesn't change if the trash is empty or full.
 I don't really have a problem with the way that works the trash at this
 D.E., but anyway,,, =P

 Atenciosamente,

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[Lubuntu-desktop] [Bug 664206] Re: SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even if saved in the password manager

2011-10-22 Thread urusha
Default lubuntu oneiric installation contains this package and there is
pam_gnome_keyring in /etc/pam.d/lxdm, so, that's not the case. But your
words remind me to look into /var/log/auth.log, and that's what I see
there:

gnome-keyring-daemon[1498]: couldn't set environment variable in
session: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any
.service files

After quick googling I found theese bugs related to this issue: 
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-keyring/+bug/344014
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-keyring/+bug/34
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-session/+bug/357346
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-session/+bug/564831

They are mostly about xfce-session. So, it seems lxsession has exactly
the same problems.

Here is the patch to startlubuntu script that solves the problem. If it's 
considered that lubuntu contains gnome-keyring by default, this patch seems to 
be sufficient.
 

** Patch added: export gk SSH_AUTH_SOCK via startlubuntu
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lxde-common/+bug/664206/+attachment/2566783/+files/startlubuntu-gkssh.patch

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Title:
  SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even
  if saved in the password manager

Status in GNOME keyring services:
  Unknown
Status in “gdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “gnome-keyring” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “lxde-common” package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in “lxdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: lxde-common

  SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not being properly set. (Or it is pointing to a sock
  that doesn't accomplish its job.)

  Expected behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and the password manager opens a GUI to ask 
for the passphrase. Once unlocked, it remains unlocked until you log off. 
Moreover, at that moment of unlocking you can tell it to remember the 
passphrase forever so it gets automatically unlocked next time you login. Any 
other application that uses ssh-like connections will find this key unlocked as 
well.

  Observed behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and it prompts you for the key passphrase 
in the terminal. You run it again, you are prompted again. Any other 
application that uses ssh-like connections will result in a passphrase prompt 
as well.

  How to reproduce:
  Enter Lubuntu session
  Open Passwords and Encryption Keys
  Create a Secure Shell key
  Configure this key to some domain you can ssh to
  Open a terminal and run ssh myn...@mydomain.net
  You are promted for a password in the terminal interface.

  Partial workaround:
  Here is a partial workaround for a terminal session: export 
SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh` after the keyring-daemon has been loaded.
  But it only works within the same terminal session, not for other 
applications that launch ssh-like processes.
  Disclaim: it works for Lubuntu session inside a Ubuntu 10.04 install, with 
GDM as session manager.

  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/ssh-PZgdl10603/agent.10603
  $ ssh mydomain
  Enter passphrase for key '/home/leorolla/.ssh/id_rsa': [pressed ^C]
  $ export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh`
  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/keyring-k3BQQd/ssh
  $ ssh mydomain
  Last login: Wed Oct 20 19:58:06 2010 from 
  Your default printer is 
  mydomain:leorolla [blinking cursor!]

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [ PCManFM ] Trash - Adding Trash to Desktop

2011-10-22 Thread Ali Linx
Another question:
In Nautilus, there is a great package: nautilus-image-converter. With one
click, you can re-size multiple images.
I have no idea how to do that on LXDE/Lubuntu.

Any idea?
Any future plans to add that to PCManFM?

I know there are other applications/approaches to resize but I'm looking for
the fastest one.

Thanks!



On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 6:47 PM, Ali Linx amjja...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi PCMan and everyone,

 As you may know, many users including myself are wondering when it's
 possible to add Trash to desktop and have Right Click  Empty Trash just
 like the other Desktop Environment?

 http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=8t=2018

 I followed the above steps and I have now two icons on my Desktop but there
 is NO Empty Trash Option from that icon, I still have to do it the old way.

 Beside, is there any news regarding Drag and Drop feature for PCManFM?

 Thank you!

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu Future - Target Market

2011-10-22 Thread Ali Linx

 The priorities are optimizations and stabilizations, and adding most needed
 and wanted features. I personally don't think we should compare us with
 other distros (even Xubuntu). We have a goal, Xubuntu has another, let's
 just trying to do our best to improve ourselft for our users :)


+1
Couldn't agree more.
We need to stop comparing ourselves to other distribution BUT in the same
time, we must keep ourselves up to date and keep looking for better features
to add. Checking on other projects IS helpful but comparing and trying to
adopt exactly or similar approaches might NOT be good idea all the time.

For example, if one feature in XFCE will slow down LXDE, I personally will
vote against it no matter what.

LXDE is super fast and it should be like that as always. This is my personal
opinion :)


Being around on Ubuntu Forum, I see MANY are converting to LXDE/Lubuntu.
However, I see one major issue and I'm trying to find a way to solve it but
not sure how long I need for that. The problem is: People don't know much
about LXDE and Lubuntu. They think it's totally different world that VLC on
their Unity or XFCE won't work on LXDE so they keep asking such questions.
I've seen many questions like that.

I think we must promote for LXDE more. Lots of work must be done here if you
ask me.
One step ahead IMHO is to improve our Wiki and Documentation system. I'm
trying to develop an approach I already have started with some months ago
but I need some time for that. I have my own vision of how to promote for
LXDE and Lubutnu.

Another step ahead is having more members with groups, each group is in
charge of ONE TASK. Having that said, members will stay focus and their
productivity will be higher.

Just some thoughts to share with you, as always :)

Thanks!




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 Le 21 oct. 2011 à 01:52, Rob maki...@gmail.com a écrit :

 So, I guess I have a philosophical question to ask of the Lubuntu
 developers;  where do you want to take Lubuntu and what do you want to
 achieve in coming releases?


 The priorities are optimizations and stabilizations, and adding most needed
 and wanted features. I personally don't think we should compare us with
 other distros (even Xubuntu). We have a goal, Xubuntu has another, let's
 just trying to do our best to improve ourselft for our users :)

 Regards,
 Julien Lavergne

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[Lubuntu-desktop] [Bug 664206] Re: SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even if saved in the password manager

2011-10-22 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

** Changed in: lxde-common (Ubuntu)
   Status: New = Confirmed

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Title:
  SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even
  if saved in the password manager

Status in GNOME keyring services:
  Unknown
Status in “gdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “gnome-keyring” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “lubuntu-default-settings” package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in “lxde-common” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in “lxdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: lxde-common

  SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not being properly set. (Or it is pointing to a sock
  that doesn't accomplish its job.)

  Expected behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and the password manager opens a GUI to ask 
for the passphrase. Once unlocked, it remains unlocked until you log off. 
Moreover, at that moment of unlocking you can tell it to remember the 
passphrase forever so it gets automatically unlocked next time you login. Any 
other application that uses ssh-like connections will find this key unlocked as 
well.

  Observed behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and it prompts you for the key passphrase 
in the terminal. You run it again, you are prompted again. Any other 
application that uses ssh-like connections will result in a passphrase prompt 
as well.

  How to reproduce:
  Enter Lubuntu session
  Open Passwords and Encryption Keys
  Create a Secure Shell key
  Configure this key to some domain you can ssh to
  Open a terminal and run ssh myn...@mydomain.net
  You are promted for a password in the terminal interface.

  Partial workaround:
  Here is a partial workaround for a terminal session: export 
SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh` after the keyring-daemon has been loaded.
  But it only works within the same terminal session, not for other 
applications that launch ssh-like processes.
  Disclaim: it works for Lubuntu session inside a Ubuntu 10.04 install, with 
GDM as session manager.

  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/ssh-PZgdl10603/agent.10603
  $ ssh mydomain
  Enter passphrase for key '/home/leorolla/.ssh/id_rsa': [pressed ^C]
  $ export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh`
  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/keyring-k3BQQd/ssh
  $ ssh mydomain
  Last login: Wed Oct 20 19:58:06 2010 from 
  Your default printer is 
  mydomain:leorolla [blinking cursor!]

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[Lubuntu-desktop] [Bug 664206] Re: SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even if saved in the password manager

2011-10-22 Thread urusha
** Also affects: lubuntu-default-settings (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

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Title:
  SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even
  if saved in the password manager

Status in GNOME keyring services:
  Unknown
Status in “gdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “gnome-keyring” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “lubuntu-default-settings” package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in “lxde-common” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in “lxdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: lxde-common

  SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not being properly set. (Or it is pointing to a sock
  that doesn't accomplish its job.)

  Expected behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and the password manager opens a GUI to ask 
for the passphrase. Once unlocked, it remains unlocked until you log off. 
Moreover, at that moment of unlocking you can tell it to remember the 
passphrase forever so it gets automatically unlocked next time you login. Any 
other application that uses ssh-like connections will find this key unlocked as 
well.

  Observed behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and it prompts you for the key passphrase 
in the terminal. You run it again, you are prompted again. Any other 
application that uses ssh-like connections will result in a passphrase prompt 
as well.

  How to reproduce:
  Enter Lubuntu session
  Open Passwords and Encryption Keys
  Create a Secure Shell key
  Configure this key to some domain you can ssh to
  Open a terminal and run ssh myn...@mydomain.net
  You are promted for a password in the terminal interface.

  Partial workaround:
  Here is a partial workaround for a terminal session: export 
SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh` after the keyring-daemon has been loaded.
  But it only works within the same terminal session, not for other 
applications that launch ssh-like processes.
  Disclaim: it works for Lubuntu session inside a Ubuntu 10.04 install, with 
GDM as session manager.

  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/ssh-PZgdl10603/agent.10603
  $ ssh mydomain
  Enter passphrase for key '/home/leorolla/.ssh/id_rsa': [pressed ^C]
  $ export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh`
  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/keyring-k3BQQd/ssh
  $ ssh mydomain
  Last login: Wed Oct 20 19:58:06 2010 from 
  Your default printer is 
  mydomain:leorolla [blinking cursor!]

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[Lubuntu-desktop] [Bug 664206] Re: SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even if saved in the password manager

2011-10-22 Thread Ubuntu QA's Bug Bot
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Title:
  SSH_AUTH_SOCK not being properly set: user has to type password even
  if saved in the password manager

Status in GNOME keyring services:
  Unknown
Status in “gdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “gnome-keyring” package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid
Status in “lubuntu-default-settings” package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in “lxde-common” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in “lxdm” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: lxde-common

  SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not being properly set. (Or it is pointing to a sock
  that doesn't accomplish its job.)

  Expected behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and the password manager opens a GUI to ask 
for the passphrase. Once unlocked, it remains unlocked until you log off. 
Moreover, at that moment of unlocking you can tell it to remember the 
passphrase forever so it gets automatically unlocked next time you login. Any 
other application that uses ssh-like connections will find this key unlocked as 
well.

  Observed behavior:
  You run ssh myn...@mydomain.net and it prompts you for the key passphrase 
in the terminal. You run it again, you are prompted again. Any other 
application that uses ssh-like connections will result in a passphrase prompt 
as well.

  How to reproduce:
  Enter Lubuntu session
  Open Passwords and Encryption Keys
  Create a Secure Shell key
  Configure this key to some domain you can ssh to
  Open a terminal and run ssh myn...@mydomain.net
  You are promted for a password in the terminal interface.

  Partial workaround:
  Here is a partial workaround for a terminal session: export 
SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh` after the keyring-daemon has been loaded.
  But it only works within the same terminal session, not for other 
applications that launch ssh-like processes.
  Disclaim: it works for Lubuntu session inside a Ubuntu 10.04 install, with 
GDM as session manager.

  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/ssh-PZgdl10603/agent.10603
  $ ssh mydomain
  Enter passphrase for key '/home/leorolla/.ssh/id_rsa': [pressed ^C]
  $ export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=`echo /tmp/keyring*/ssh`
  $ printenv SSH_AUTH_SOCK
  /tmp/keyring-k3BQQd/ssh
  $ ssh mydomain
  Last login: Wed Oct 20 19:58:06 2010 from 
  Your default printer is 
  mydomain:leorolla [blinking cursor!]

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