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How can I reliably check if a certificate has been installed on CentOS 5.5? I've done some research on my own but suggested methods like calling certutil have all failed. What I have done is searched the disk for anything containing the expected file name or the .crt extension but I don't thinks this is a reliable test.

Any help would be appreciated!

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The certificates on CentOS usually kept under /etc/pki.

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