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Re: certdata-20140820.txt missing certs?
On Fri, 5 Sep 2014, John D. Baker wrote:
> Turns out the one certificate I needed for "youtube.com" servers was
> previously installed as "mozilla-rootcert-3.pem" (now
> "mozilla-rootcert-old-3.pem" in my scheme).
> (Curiously, the "current" "mozilla-rootcert-3.pem" is considered untrusted
> and is not actually installed.)
There are a number of certificates that are skipped:
3, 14, 81, 82, 126-135, 148-155, 158, 166
> The missing root certificate I particularly needed and restored from
> the old package is as follows:
Looking through the "certdata.txt" file, I seem to see one or more data
blocks that could be the certificate(s) I was particularly interested
in having. They are, of course, not installed.
The "mozilla-rootcert-*.pem" numbers appear not to correspond to the
position of certificate data blocks in the "certdata.txt" file. The
certificates of interest are in blocks 7 and 8 in the file, but the
"mozilla-rootcert-.pem" files are not related.
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