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I have tried to set up my SVN that way, that it saves my passwords, but for some reason it won't work. I am using a SSL certificate, for which I need to provide a password every time. I have tried setting it up in ~/.subversion/servers file:

ssl-client-cert-file = /mnt/data/myuser/certificate.pk12
store-passwords = yes
store-plaintext-passwords = yes
store-ssl-client-cert-pp-plaintext = yes

The file is correct, it finds the correct path and ask for the password. Some time before when I tried this, it asked me if I want to store the SSL key and the password permanently, I gave yes all the time. The SSL key is remembered, but the password not. And now it does not even ask to remember it. It simply asks everytime. I tried a lot of settings, none worked. Any ideas? Thanks

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nobody has any idea here? –  Asped Nov 24 '14 at 11:09

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