For Ubuntu users who get problem that Google chrome asks for password to unlock the login keyring on every startup, as the picture shown below, a workaround is to set the default password store from gnome (or kwallet) keyring to chrome’s built-in.
To do so, open terminal either via Ctrl+Alt+T for by searching for ‘terminal’ from application launcher. When it opens, run command:
sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop
Input your password when it prompts and hit enter. Ubuntu 17.10 wayland need to run xhost si:localuser:root command first.
The command opens the launcher file for Google Chrome. All you need is to find out the line starts with Exec and add parameter to the value:
Save the file and done!
In addition, if you have any other Chrome app installed, their ‘.desktop’ files should also be in ‘~/.local/share/applications’ (press Ctrl+H in file browser to view hidden folders), edit them accordingly.