Chromium asks for password for Default Keyring upon every start

SO this might seem like there are a lot of answers for this but I have tried a lot of them and they all do not work. First the top result on google is from 2011, and so not working in 2019 of course.

and all the others seem to mention setting stuff in password and key-ring and
i do not seem to have that on my Xubuntu 18.04. My version though says

Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Release: 18.04 Codename: bionic

But im on Xubuntu. I search the start menu area for key ring and or password and nothing is there. I then apt-get installed key-ring from online command code and it says its already installed but I cant access it or see it. I go under settings and there is nothing for key-ring or passwords.

So I can use some help figuring out how to stop that password prompt from popping up please


Webform conditional select options based upon another element’s state

Say there are two select elements with dynamic options (via an options alter hook, sourced from an external resource): A and B. There is also a datasource that provides a relationship that determines the options in B that should shown when a particular selection in A is chosen.

The source data for each element in addition to the relationship data source is not able to be predicted or controlled by Drupal.

For example:

A Options at a particular instant

| name | code | | Group 1 | 1 | | Group 2 | 2 | | Group 3 | 3 | 

B options at a particular instant

| name | code | | Thing 1 |  1 | | Thing 2 | 2 | | Thing 3 | 3 | 

The relationships at any given time.

| group | thing | | 1 | 1 | | 1 | 2 | | 1 | 3 | | 2 | 1 | | 2 | 2 | | 3 | 3 | 

So if group 1 is selected for A, then things 1, 2, and 3 should be options for B

If group 2 is selected for A, then things 1 and 2 should be options for B

If group 3 is selected, then only thing 3 should be an option for 3.

We are currently implementing this requirement through the core FAPI and ajax callbacks, but would like to covert it to use Webforms.

What would be the recommended approach to take in order to solve this with Webforms?

Dual Booting installation fails, leaves residual Ubuntu boot option, upon booting from it encounter GNU Grub menu

I have Windows 10 installed already, and am trying to dual-boot with Ubuntu desktop(19.04). However, after finishing the dual-boot installation (allocating memory), Ubuntu asked for a restart, and upon restarting, my screen was filled with “squashfs” errors. After a long period of waiting, I decided to force shutdown. After turning my computer on from the shutdown, there was no Ubuntu dual-boot menu, and Windows was immediately booted. I decided to go to Window’s disk management application (diskmgmt.msc) to delete the memory I allocated to my failed Ubuntu installation, and reattempt to install Ubuntu. However, when I am on the advanced startup page to attempt to boot from my USB to reinstall Windows, there is still an option to boot from Ubuntu, even though I already deleted the partition containing it. When I attempt to boot from it, (can also be accessed from default boot menu upon computer startup), I am greeted with this GNU Grub shell. Can anyone direct me on what I should do?

Do creatures all have the same statistics upon being reanimated via animate dead?

I have been thinking of making a necromancer and I feel like I am missing something. Are all zombies and skeletons regardless of the corpse they used as an ingredient become the creature listed as zombie/skeleton in the stat block?The main source of confusion i’m having is caused by the text

The target becomes a skeleton if you chose bones or a zombie if you chose a corpse (the DM has the creature’s game statistics)

As it sounds like each skeleton has different statistics that are only known(or decided upon) by the DM.

Can I use Shadow Step to effectively teleport into darkness I cast upon myself?

I cannot find anything that specifically says I’m unable to accomplish the combo I have in mind, but it seems incredibly broken so please tell me otherwise.

If I take 2 levels of Warlock (picking up the Devil’s Sight Invocation” and 6 levels of Shadow Monk to gain Shadow Step, I should now be able to cast Magical Darkness atop of myself, move my complete movement and then use a bonus action to move another 15ft (Radius of Darkness) through Shadow Step. So I can effectively increase my move by an additional 15 feet a turn with advantage on the first attack too?

Display settings not saving on 19.04 upon reboot

I’m using proprietary NVIDIA drivers for my 2080 Ti running Ubuntu 19.04

Every time I reboot all of the display settings are lost. Monitor positioning is flipped and scaling is set back to 100%.

I have tried almost everything on the forums/stack (eg: getting settings from nvidia-settings and putting them in xorg.conf, scripts to flip display, reinstalling nvidia drivers, trying older drivers) but have gotten nowhere. Any ideas?

Can DDD entity rely upon infrastructure library?

Suppose I want this on my User entity:


That means:

public void createNewSecurityToken() {   var buffer = new byte[32];   new RNGCryptoServiceProvider().GetBytes(buffer);  // <--- here's the issue   this.Token = Convert.ToBase64String(buffer); } 

This is not a DI dependency, just a class from the infrastructure. But does that “break” DDD?

The alternative is this:

user.setSecurityToken(token);   // pass it in (probably from a domain service) 

But that leads to anemic entities.

Which is the preferred DDD approach, and what considerations should I take into account when faced with this sort of design decision?

Why does my screen become all blocky and pixelated upon coming out of sleep?

I’m currently running Ubuntu 19.04 desktop, but I experienced the same issue with 18.04 as well. Each time my laptop comes out of sleep mode, the desktop and any open terminal windows all display the following pattern across the screen. What can be causing this, and how do I fix it?

I know I should include some relevant information on my system hardware, but I’m not quite sure what that is in this case. I’ll edit this question based on the comments I receive (thanks in advance!).

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Checkout not redirecting to PayPal upon submission of form in IE and Firefox

I’ve searched high and low for an answer to my problem, but haven’t found one. I’m using the Commerce PayPal EC module to allow users to purchase ads on my site. It works well in Chrome and Safari, but for some reason in IE and Firefox, when the user clicks “Buy Now”, they don’t get re-directed to PayPal; instead, they just stay on the page with the form. Very frustrating.

The cause of this is not because they’ve already submitted a form (which should never be a cause anyway, since I want users to be able to submit as many orders as they want). Also, it’s not because of the settings of a single computer because I’ve tried submitting orders in IE and Firefox on multiple computers, and each time clicking “Buy Now” doesn’t re-direct me to PayPal. Can anyone tell me what’s going on?

Trying to expand upon a 5e social Encounter

I’m writing an encounter in 5th edition that involves seeking out the protector of a countryside to help an NPC’s village in a time of increasing tension and potentially war. The protector is a Metalic dragon that’s spoken of mostly in legends, so very few people have seen him and only slightly more than few even think he exists in the first place. The reason why this “protector” isn’t seen or heard of by many is because, in his old age, the dragon is getting less and less interested in interfering with the affairs of “lower folk” over the last couple hundred years.

I’m new to DMing (so I hope you’ll forgive me if the answer is more obvious than I realize), I’ve run less than a handful sessions for various RPGs in the past and I’m looking to improve how I go about social encounters. I figure a couple of ways this encounter could work is by having the PCs look for the dragon with what few clues the NPC that assigns the quest gives them (what clues those may be I’m still not sure about), and another would be to convince the dragon to come to the aid of others as war is approaching against its own judgement. Obviously this isn’t enough information by itself to make the quest interesting, so how can I expand upon it to make it better for my PCs?