I just did a clean install of LMDE using the Mate desktop (now our 4th machine switching to Mint, I like it very much!). Pulled all updates and set up a WIFI connection which stores its password in the keyring. All fine so far.
Then I changed the users UNIX password, but this did not trickle through to mate-keyring. So at every boot I now get mate-keyring prompting for the old password.
How do I now change that mate-keyring login password?
In this fresh installation there was no "Password and Keys" entry. I then installed seahorse but since seahorse is about gnome-keyring and not about mate-keyring, it did not show any entries at all.
This seems to be a unresolved problem with the not yet perfect transition from Gnome to Mate. I know about the mixup of the two keyrings and had these problems concerning the OnlyShowÍn settings in /etc/xdg/autostart with my older LMDE installations. When searching this forum or googling, you find a lot of questions about that mess, but no satisfying solution. I just want to change that ****in' password — surely there must be a way??
Thanks for help! Hans