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I'm using SVN from Eclipse and it has a feature that allows you to save the SVN user and password. It think it uses something called gnome-keyring to do so. The problem is that now I need to use another user to access the SVN repository, but I'm unable to change the previous set user. How can I change/remove that previous user?

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  • Goto Applications>>Accessories>>Passwords and Encryption Keys.
  • Open the Passwords Menu Entry.
  • In the list you will see the password for eclipse svn.
  • Delete it and then start eclipse and enter new credentials.
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