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Tomas Mraz wrote:
> (3) Every application using digital certificates (and capable of
> checking certs against a list of trusted CA certs) creates the
> directories /etc/pki/$appname/private, /etc/pki/$appname/public and
> /etc/pki/$appname/cacerts for storing certs. The last one by default is
> a symlink pointing to /etc/pki/cacerts.
AFAIK directory as symlink in a package creates problems on package
upgrades so it would be best to leave them simply as empty directories.
What kind of problems do you mean? Looking e.g. in /etc I see many
The rest of your proposal is fine I think.
Great. As mentioned, I think there should be some "official" guidelines
on how to deal with digital certificates. I would like to write a draft
and publish it at some "official" place for further discussion (where?).
How should I proceed?
B. Sc. Joachim Selke
Universität Hannover, Institut für Theoretische Informatik
Appelstraße 4, 30167 Hannover, Germany
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