Posts Tagged ‘ SSL ’

Solaris package repository

2 December 2009
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A Solaris package repository is similar to a yum repository: a place to get Solaris SVR4 packages in datastream format.  It is mostly a straightforward process to setup a repository, but I have found a few gotchas. All these examples are based on the server at repo.tusk.tufts.edu.  The basic file structure and package naming conventions…

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IPSca and CentOS

3 June 2009
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IPSca is a SSL certificate provider which provides zero cost Educational SSL Certificates, mainly for .edu sites.  I tried them out for two different websites at work.  The certificates work great, even with having to install a SSLCertificateChainFile entry in the httpd.conf file. I later discovered a problem on CentOS systems talking to my Yum…

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