[Linux-PowerEdge] OMSA 7.4.0 and sec_error_ca_cert_invalid on new CentOS6.5 install

Viswanath_Ponnuru at Dell.com Viswanath_Ponnuru at Dell.com
Mon Oct 20 02:02:27 CDT 2014


The importing of CA signed certificates-OMSA CLI feature is planned to deliver as part OMSA 8.1 release.

Regards

Vish Ponnuru.

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Subject: Re: [Linux-PowerEdge] OMSA 7.4.0 and sec_error_ca_cert_invalid on new CentOS6.5 install

Same seen with firefox 31.1.0 on RHEL 6.5 server

any solution appreciated

Thanks
Stefan

On Oct 17, 2014, at 5:42 PM, Shane Forsythe wrote:

> The default install of firefox on any new centos machines is now invalidating the certificate with OMSA. I have found some documentation about updating the cert once you are logged in, but does anyone know of a way to update the cert from the command line?
>
> Does Dell have a ca.cert file we can import, or we have to use our own ca and self-signed keys?
>
> Thanks
> Shane
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