KWallet: what are "local passwords"?

Mirosław Zalewski miniopl at
Fri Sep 27 20:50:27 BST 2013

Dnia 2013-09-27, o godz. 21:12:58
Kevin Krammer <krammer at> napisał(a):

> Which is likely also false, I would at least expect Rekonq to do that
> as well and I hear Chrome and Chromium can access KWallet also.

I can confirm that both Rekonq and Chromium do use KWallet to store
passwords for website forms.
As far as latter goes, it can also use GNOME keyring or internal
storage. It can be configured with command line switch or some option
deep inside advanced preferences, don't remember which one.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski
This message is from the kde mailing list.
Account management:
More info:

More information about the kde mailing list