Re: Error code interpretation
Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2006 15:08:39 +0200 (CEST)
On Fri, 9 Jun 2006, Dave Pawson wrote:
>> No. You need to keep all certificates apart. There's the server certificate
>> (which all servers doing SSL must have), there's a bundle a CA certs used
>> to verify the server's cerficiate, and there's (optionally) a client
>> certificate that the server can use to verify you.
> This bundle being on the client?
The CA bundle is on the client, yes.
> The curl manual says that for windows, curl-ca-bundle.crt may be found in
> the current directory or any diretory on the path?
> Does this mean that --cacert does not override this on Windows?
>> Yes, you can override the default CA cert path with the --cacert option.
>> You used the --cert option which provides a client certificate.
> My bad. sorry. trying with --cacert - same result.
So then the cacert is not good or you need to append your new CA cert to the
existing bundle and use the newly created one for verification.
> I've generated a PEM 'certificate'
You "generated" it? Then what good would it do? It needs to be a properly made
CA cert made for the sole purpose of verifying server certificate's authority.
> How can I add it to the curl 'bundle' please Daniel?
$ cat bundle newcert > newbundle
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