Change keyring password in Ubuntu 20.04 or Ubuntu 18.04
Suppose you changed your account password. Now when you login, your system tries to unlock the keyring automatically using the new login password. But the keyring still uses the old login password.
In such a case, you can change the keyring password to the new login password so that the keyring gets unlocked automatically as soon as you login to your system.
Open the Password and Keys application from the menu:
Look for Password and Keys app in the menu
Now, right click on the Login keyring and click on Change Password:
Change Keyring Password
What if you don’t remember the old login password?
You probably know that it is easy to reset forgotten password in Ubuntu. The problem comes with the keyring in such cases. You changed the account password but you don’t remember the old account password that is still used by the keyring.
Now you cannot change it because you don’t know the old password. What to do now?
In such a case, you’ll have to remove the entire keyring itself. You can do that from the Passwords and Keys application:
It will ask for your confirmation:
Alternatively, you may also manually delete the keyring files in ~/.local/share/keyrings directory.
When the old keyring is removed and you try to use Chrome/Chromium, it will ask you to create new keyring.
You can use the new login password so that the keyring gets unlocked automatically.