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comment How does OpenSSL determine that a certificate is for a root CA?
Setting -CApath to /dev/null worked. Thank you.
Mar
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accepted How does OpenSSL determine that a certificate is for a root CA?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment How does OpenSSL determine that a certificate is for a root CA?
Is there a way to tell it to ignore those default certificates?
Mar
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comment How does OpenSSL determine that a certificate is for a root CA?
I tried adding -CAfile using a different (completely unrelated) certificate file. OpenSSL still says the intermediate cert is valid.
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asked How does OpenSSL determine that a certificate is for a root CA?
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awarded  Critic
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comment Does tar preserve permissions if user IDs change?
GNU tar does save the user/group name data, too, because I can see it if I list an archive on a machine that doesn't have those users. There must be a way to get it to use that during extraction.
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asked Pass same parameter value to multiple classes using Puppet Hiera
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comment Find interface for route to specific host
Perfect! Thank you.
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accepted Find interface for route to specific host
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asked Find interface for route to specific host
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Testing IPv6 between Linux boxes on a LAN
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answered Java Application Hosting
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
comment Testing IPv6 between Linux boxes on a LAN
Running "ping6" gives me an "operation not permitted" error even when I run under sudo. I will have to check netstat and get back to you. FWIW, IPv4 connectivity between the boxes works perfectly.
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asked Testing IPv6 between Linux boxes on a LAN