Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1279450
gnome-keyring loops when adding new svn passswd (after upgrade F22 -> F23)
Last modified: 2016-12-20 10:34:28 EST
Description of problem:
gnome-keyring prevents svn to exit
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): gnome-keyring-3.18.1-2.fc23.x86_64
Steps to Reproduce:
1. connect to an svn server using ssh+svn (I have subversion-gnome-1.9.2-1.fc23.x86_64 installed)
2. the server answers by asking passwd (usually it should not)
3. enter the password
the command never terminates.
The command should terminate by updating the svn repository
the svn update sucessfully terminates as soon as I kill the keyring-daemon process.
I tried to remove my id_ed25519 key from .ssh (since there was a bug related
to it) but the behaviour did not change.
Useless to say that if I do svn up from a terminal (i.e., without gnome) everthing works fine.
More information : the problem happens when gnome-keyring tries to add a new svn passwd. If the passwd was already present then everything works. I tried with brand new keyrings (by erasing both .local/share/keyrings and legacy .gnome2/keyrings, and it constantly loops whenever I enter a new passwd for a svn server (I changed the summary accordingly)
More information: the problem is not only with svn. It happens also with git. Since someone smartly decided to change in Fedora 23 the credential location from
I had to reenter my passwd ... but of course everyhting loop until I kill the gnome-keyring daemon.
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