I guess this is a common question, still I couldn't find any solution.
The problem is that every time I log in I need to manually unlock the keyring, too. I've tried a few things already, but none of them worked (or were acceptable):
1. opening network connections and setting networks to public access (I only have wired network, no wireless)
2. Setting the keyring password to the same as the account password (it already is)
3. removing the keyring password and storing the passwords without encryption (absolutely unacceptable)
4. not using autologin (I'm not using it, I'm logging in "manually" through GDM)
I've read that PAM needs to be somehow configured to unlock it, but I could only find entries in some "gnome-screensaver" file in /etc/pam.d/.
Any suggestions on how to unlock this automatically?