Recently I switched over to Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE). Here is my review on LMDE. There are some minor glitches I found while working on this system.
I encounter Enter password to unlock your login keyring prompt dialog box once I logged in. In Ubuntu this dialog I have encountered after changing the user password. But in Mint it happened right from installation. Here is a simple technique to fix this.
Linux Mint uses Centralized password management tool called Seahorse. This tool is a front end GUI to GNOME’s keyring management system. In simple this tool stores all passwords with a master password which is normally same as login password. This tool can manage your PGP keys, SSH Keys and pass phrases we use in different applications in Mint.
You can find the Seahorse tool in Mint menu -> All Applications -> Preferences -> Passwords and Encryption Keys.
In Passwords tab, select Passwords: Login and select Change Password in context menu. This will ask for old and new password. If you have not changed your user password, just enter the current password for both old and new. If you have changed the password just enter old and new passwords.
This is how I fixed. I hope you too can 🙂