disabling password caching in kde

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Thu Mar 31 19:12:25 BST 2005

On Thursday 31 March 2005 19:57, LeVA wrote:

> Does it work? Sort of.. :)) I've set the load-on-demand value to false, and
> in deed it doesn't load when I'm trying to reach an ftp server with
> Konqueror. But Konqueror doesn't ask for a password at all... Instead I get
> an error message in Konqueror:
> "An error occurred while loading ftp://leva@host"
> So kde doesn't start the kpasswd server, but it seems that then kde can not
> ask for a password.

Ah, of course, stupid me.

> So I have to start that kpasswd server, and somehow try to configure to not
> to cache my passwords.

Sorry no idea. I haven't found any config reading code in kdepassword server, 
so I guess the timeout value is not configurable


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