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Davidlew
27-Sep-2016, 10:28
I'm new to Linux and Suse. It runs fine on an old laptop and I'm using the Libre Office programme fine.
But keep getting an on screen message that Kde Daemon is trying to open the KDE Wallet ? and I have to put in a password.
I don't seem to remember putting a password in at any time? How do I change the password or address this problem.
It keeps coming up when I'm typing documents in Writer.

Also, system works fine on line with a Cat 5 cable connection via my virgin cable broadband, but I cant get the wireless adaptor
that is in the laptop to work in the Suse configuration. I bought an EDUP 802.11 AC wireless adaptor that is reckoned to run with Linux, but I cant
get the system to recognise it. It is a USB fit.

Any help? I am a rank first timer with Linux so I need a bit of hand holding!
Thanks
Dave

smflood
27-Sep-2016, 10:58
Hi Dave,

On 27/09/16 10:34, Davidlew wrote:

> I'm new to Linux and Suse. It runs fine on an old laptop and I'm using
> the Libre Office programme fine.
> But keep getting an on screen message that Kde Daemon is trying to open
> the KDE Wallet ? and I have to put in a password.
> I don't seem to remember putting a password in at any time? How do I
> change the password or address this problem.
> It keeps coming up when I'm typing documents in Writer.
>
> Also, system works fine on line with a Cat 5 cable connection via my
> virgin cable broadband, but I cant get the wireless adaptor
> that is in the laptop to work in the Suse configuration. I bought an
> EDUP 802.11 AC wireless adaptor that is reckoned to run with Linux, but
> I cant
> get the system to recognise it. It is a USB fit.
>
> Any help? I am a rank first timer with Linux so I need a bit of hand
> holding!

This forum is discussions around SUSE's annual conference, SUSECon, and
not for general support issues.

If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) or SUSE Linux
Enterprise Desktop (SLED) I suggest that you repost your issues in the
appropriate sub-forum for that product. If you are using openSUSE then
you should repost in the openSUSE Forums @ https://forums.opensuse.org .

Note I deleted your earlier message in this forum as spam since it
referenced a domain name in the subject line.

HTH.
--
Simon
SUSE Knowledge Partner

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kgroneman
27-Sep-2016, 15:04
This thread has been moved to the SLED forums. As Simon suggested, as you didn't specify what you are running, if you're using openSUSE you need to post over there.