Thierry Sayegh De Bellis linux at glossolalie.org
Wed May 9 17:03:25 UTC 2007

Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> Is there a Fedora standard for what goes in /etc/pki?
> Or to put it another way, if I were writing an application and I put its
> PKI files in /etc/pki/<myappname>/... would that be OK?
> Particular files that the application needs to store:
> * self-generated CA certificate and associated files such as revocation
> list, issued certs, CA's private key
> * list of client certs of clients allowed to access (on server)
> * machine's own private key and certificate (client & server)
> Rich.
SSL-related keys are now in /etc/pki as far as RHEL5 is concerned so my
guess is your approach is quite reasonable


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