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- Lasse Kliemann
June 11, 2006, 4:15 pm
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I have written a small howto on creating certificates for servers and
clients and then using them with Superscript's sslserver. I'd be glad
if someone could have a look at it and give corrections or suggestions
where necessary. In particular, I am still not completely sure about
the meaning of the self-signing (I think that's what it is) done by my
script mkclientcert. Also, for example in the call
mkclientcert user01 ca-user01
the password for ca-user01 is not required anymore. I am unsure why
this is the case.
However, I tested everything written in this howto, and it works
perfectly (or me) just as intended. You can find it at
Thanks for your comments!
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