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  Linux SVN account password to save your settings
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  When Linux use SVN update and other operations, always prompted for a user name and password, which was very convenient. So we found the next solution, are summarized as follows:

Open the SVN profile:

vim /home/< user >/.subversion/config

Locate the following line of code:

### Set store-passwords to 'no' to avoid storing passwords in the
### Auth / area of your config directory. It defaults to 'yes',
### But Subversion will never save your password to disk in
### Plaintext unless you tell it to (see the 'servers' file).
### Note that this option only prevents saving of * new * passwords;
### It does not invalidate existing passwords. (To do that, remove
### The cache files by hand as described in the Subversion book.)
# Store-passwords = no

The store-passwords = no change this line to:

store-passwords = yes

Will not need to enter a user name and password so that next time when SVN operations.
     
         
         
         
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