On Tue, 2019-12-03 at 14:43 -0800, Thiago Macieira wrote:
On Tuesday, 3 December 2019 14:19:59 PST Nesius, Robert A wrote:
> I'm wondering if Thiago meant /usr/bin/clrtrust for managing the
> store. If not then I didn't quite follow the conversation right,
> though it
> seems Geoffroy's issue of c_rehash being absent persists either
I believe it's a bug in the SW I wanted to install actually. 'openssl
rehash' is available in Clear Linux and could (or should?) be used
instead of the 'c_rehash' script.
There is some logic in their Makefile to detect whether 'openssl'
supports the 'rehash' command, if it does it wants to use it, else it
wants to use the 'c_rehash' script. But the logic is flawed and they do
not correct detect the fact that 'openssl rehash' is available.
Yes, sorry. I got the name of the tool wrong. clrtrust does read
which in other distros is /etc/pki and why I got the name confused.
Thanks for the clarification. I'm not familiar with clrtrust, should it
really be used in lieu of 'openssl rehash' in this case?