Thanks. You have given me some ideas.
I am still mystified why virtualbox can't offer paste via key input
injection, so I don't have to consider such workarounds - it seems insane.
But that is not a topic for this mailing list!
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 at 18:31, Douglas, William <william.douglas(a)intel.com>
On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:21 AM Patrick Byrne
> [sorry I mailed this to dev-owner in error]
> I am trying to set up linux on VirtualBox on Windows 10. I followed the
> instructions here:
> When I try to do this:
> swupd bundle-add kernel-lts
> I get:
> Warning: Unable to verify server SSL certificates.
> I think this is because I need to install the zscaler.crt certificate so
> clear linux will trust our corporate firewall. I have the certificate but
> it seems like I will have to type it in manually because copy-paste
> seem to work and I can't get the shared folder thing working either,
> presumably because the Guestbox Additions have not been installed.
> So, Catch 22, because I can't install the Guestbox Additions.
> Can someone suggest a workaround here? Or is it an hour of careful typing
> for me? Seems a bit crazy.
Can you host the cert in an internal site that doesn't use https and
use curl to download the file or put the file on an internal system
you could scp it off of? That seems like the easiest way I can think
of. Otherwise you are left extracting the rootfs from the iso putting
the file in the rootfs and remaking the iso.