When running the console on Unix, these files are created under $HOME/.mcc.
ls -l ~/.mcc
-rw-r--r-- 1 root other 226 Jan 12 14:27
-rw------- 1 root other 65536 Aug 16 18:32 cert8.db
-rw------- 1 root other 32768 Aug 16 18:32 key3.db
-rw------- 1 root other 32768 Aug 16 18:32 secmod.db
I'm not sure where this stuff would be created on Windows, but might be
under C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\.mcc ? Just a guess.
Brian Rudy wrote:
I have set up Fedora Management Console on one of my Windows boxes per
the directions in the Howto:WindowsConsole Wiki, but have an issue
connecting to the Directory Server using SSL. From the Windows box
FMC, the Directory Server is listed in the Server Group, with Server
status: Stopped. In the slapd logs I see the following:
[20/Jan/2006:11:09:36 -0800] conn=4768 fd=68 slot=68 SSL connection
from 192.168.128.65 to 192.168.128.4
[20/Jan/2006:11:09:36 -0800] conn=4768 op=-1 fd=68 closed - SSL peer
cannot verify your certificate.
Since I am using a self-signed certificate on the directory server,
which would require installation on the client, this all appears to
make sense. Now for the question: How does one install certificates on
the client when using JSS/NSPR/NSS as shown in the Wiki? It looks like
you would need to create your own cert7.db and key3.db with certutil,
and import the Server-Cert, but I'm a bit confused as to where the .db
files should be located, and what they should be named.
Has anyone done this who wouldn't mind sharing?
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