[Biococoa-dev] ssh access - again

Scott Christley schristley at mac.com
Sun May 31 13:00:23 EDT 2009

Hey Koen,

You are a Mac guy, the KeyChain Access app is your friend :-)  I  
blissfully forget my passwords all the time.

Anyways, your password is for login into bioinformatics.org, so they  
seem to have some mechanism for recovering or changing it.


Hopefully that will work for you, if you are still having problems  
then you might have to email them.  Also you can always access the  
source code through anonymous SVN, though it won't let you commit any  

If you get your password figured out, I can help if you want to  
generate new key files.


On May 31, 2009, at 6:05 AM, Koen van der Drift wrote:

> All,
> I tried to check out the latest revision from BioCocoa, but again  
> hit my head against the ssh login mess. When I try to access either  
> the ftp site, or the svn repository (using svnX), I am asked for my  
> password, which I apparently do not remember (*shame*). Is there any  
> way to reset it? I did replace my HD a while ago, so some info  
> regarding keys may have gone lost.
> Thanks,
> - Koen.
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