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No success so far. I don’t think it is trying to open the KDE wallet. When I check the wallet, everything looks fine.
@WilsonPhillips is correct — however, as it seems that at least some of the issues in this thread are Linux + Sync related it looks like there is a separate issue related to these specific conditions that we’re looking into presently:
Is all of the relevant information Synced to your phone? If so, you should be able to uninstall on your laptop then reinstall and Sync your laptop to your phone. Again, note that it will Sync what data is on your phone — I would check to ensure that everything you want to keep is there.
Appreciate the response…and not with it’s linux’s fault. I am painfully aware of the shortcomings as I am an amateur with linux 20 years+ and struggle with it almost daily. I am mostly calloused to highbrow support people who need to feel important. You came straight out with an answer and that is rare. You are one of the good guys who can truly help not only clumsy fools like me, but maybe your peers as well. Thank you for having the extra bit of empathy. You are helpful!
No I don’t have all the info on my phone but enough to make a go of it. The rest I can click on “Forgot your password?” and I’ll be fine.