Felix & dolphin_oracle,dolphin_oracle wrote: ↑Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:40 pmcheck in synaptic. its shows all the status of each package.
but I see in your list that libpam-gnome-keyring is already installed in antiX (as Felix noted). so that is the difference. MX didn't have libpam-gnome-keyring by default (next release will).
I added libpam-gnome-keyring to MX via Synaptic, and shutdown my MX system. When it reopened discovered It did not remember any passwords including Synaptic.
MX had forgotten all of my passwords.
Not true, I synced my Google Chrome accounts via the Chromebook because I was using that system for a video chat and now I have access to most of the passwords via Google Chrome, but still do not have access to Synaptic.
Update: restarting MX several times and using a terminal with su I was able to access Synaptic, and it now works using the GUI... Glitch, or just my typing? it is now working, or could it be libpam-systemd in MX?
Should I remove libpam-systemd? It is not installed in AntiX