I need to connect to a remote GitLab server behind a firewall. I only have access to the HTTPS protocol.
I am working on a headless Linux CentOS 7 server.
I can connect interactively to the server and configure a
credential.helper cache to keep them for the session.
I wanted also some automated jobs to run. Since I cannot ensure the credential helper daemon is there, I would like to find something else than
.netrc is working fine, but is hard to setup with gpg for some users.
Is there a way to use a different persistent caching system which wil not leave the password in clear ?
I may have missed a trivial solution, but I am currently in an end.
Thanks for your help