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Re: [gcmd-usr] gcmd breaks

From: Tomislav Parčina
Subject: Re: [gcmd-usr] gcmd breaks
Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 09:20:53 +0200
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Dear Uwe,

thank you for your reply.

I have reported the BUG

I newer save passwords, and I was unable to find host name or IP address of server I'm connecting to in gnome-commander.xml.

Best regards.

Tomislav Parčina
Tel: +38521270724
Fax: +38521456789

Poljička cesta 26
HR - 21000 Split

28.05.2015 u 21:38, Uwe Scholz je napisao/la:
Hi Tomislav,

Yes, as Michael said, I disabled plain text password storage in
gnome-commander. If you recently updated to v1.4.6 (please check in menu
"Help->About"), I'd advise you to close GCMD, remove the stored
connection in .gnome-commander/gnome-commander.xml and set them up again
after restarting GCMD. You can find the stored connections by searching
for "<Connection name" and delete the line of interest. Then, restart
GCMD and set up a new connection. Now, gnome-keyring should be used to
store your password.

If that does not help, please drop us a message again, giving us details
about your GCMD version, Linux distribution, gnome-version, etc.

You may then also report the bug here:


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