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I recently saved my svn passwords in KDEwallet now everytime I update from svn or commit it asks me for kde password.

How do I either remove the completely the KDEwallet or atleast the svn password from KDE.

I tried using command line kdewalletmanager but it says

kdewalletmanager: command not found

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Following disabling kdewallet. Open and edit ~/.kde/share/config/kwalletrc as shown below.

[$Version]
update_info=kwallet-4.13.upd:kde4.13

[Auto Allow]
kdewallet=kwalletmanager

[Auto Deny]
kdewallet="Google Chrome"

[Wallet]
Enabled=false
Launch Manager=false
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This solution works for me even without [Auto Allow] section. Using Kubuntu 14.04.2 LTS – AntonioK Sep 1 '15 at 6:26

You can remove kwalletmanager with

sudo apt-get purge kwalletmanager

note: its kwalletmanager not kdewalletmanager

If you want to disable it, just open it and go to Settings > Configure Wallet and uncheck the "Enable the KDE wallet subsystem" box

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posting an image could be more helpful :D – Raja Nov 20 '12 at 14:44
    
    
@ican I have attached screen shot above that I get when using svn – Roshan Nov 22 '12 at 5:08

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