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Using Svn client and Gnome keyring in SSH sessions

Using Svn client and Gnome keyring in SSH sessions

Subversion client software have traditionally stored (i.e. cached) plaintext user passwords, meaning that you password is accessible by anyone who can access files in your ~/.subversion/auth folder. With Subversion 1.6, however, support for KWallet and GNOME Keyring have been added, allowing for using these to store your subversion password encrypted. Of course it’s possible to turn off password caching, but then you’ll have to type in your password for most svn commands you issue. As I’m using Gnome based environments,…

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