In message <_A3770@delegate-en.ML_> on 06/20/07(00:34:10)
you "Joe Moore" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| |Also... I examined delegated/sslway logs and it appears to be looking
| |different places for the "server-cert.pem" and "server-key.pem" each
| |time I start it up. It has reported not finding them in "/", "/root",
| |and "/var/spool/nobody". Where is the best place for these files once
| |generate "real" certs for my boxes?
|It should be in a directory listed in LIBPATH. The recommended
|is LIBDIR of which default is DGROOT/lib/, where DGROOT is determined by
|the owner of DeleGate, like "/usr/home/delegate/delegate/lib/" for a
|name "delegate" for example.
|I'll have to stick it somewhere in the LIBPATH because the DGROOT is on
|/var which is a ramdisk so nothing there will survive a reboot.
The simplest way will be putting the PEM files at the same directory
where the executable of DeleGate is placed (i.e. EXECDIR which is one
of directories listed in LIBPATH).
Another way is implanting them into the executable file of DeleGate at
the complation time, by placing the PEM files replacing
And yet another way is implanting them into the executable at the
configuration time with -Fimp option (but it is not implemented yet)
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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