Git – How to avoid typing your password repeatedly

There are at least three ways to avoid typing your password repeatedly when using git. First solution requires to use KDE wallet, second solution doesn’t require additional tools and third is not the safest one. First way – use KDE wallet To store passwords in the KDE wallet you need to install ksshaskpass package: $ sudo apt-get install ksshaskpass Then configure git to use it: $ git config –global core.askpass /usr/bin/ksshaskpass Alternatively you can use GIT_ASKPASS environmental variable: $ export GIT_ASKPASS=`which ksshaskpass` Use secure protocol: $ git clone –verbose https://[email protected]/git/personal_repo.git Second way – Read More