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Re: Error running "mozilla-rootcerts install" on macOS
On 06/18, Greg Troxel wrote:
> "J. Lewis Muir" <jlmuir%imca-cat.org@localhost> writes:
> >> # mozilla-rootcerts install
> >> This eventually failed with exit status 1. The last three lines of
> >> output were:
> >> ===
> >> mozilla-rootcert-98.pem => 4bfab552.0
> >> mozilla-rootcert-99.pem => 09789157.0
> >> ERROR: /etc/ssl/certs already exists, aborting.
> >> ===
> > Below is a patch to fix this. It checks for the existence of
> > $destdir$certdir/ca-certificates.crt instead of $destdir$certdir, since
> > $destdir$certdir/ca-certificates.crt is what will be written and what we
> > don't want to clobber. If the $destdir$certdir directory exists, that's
> > OK.
> Due to my rototilling paths based on your other report, your patch no
> longer applies, but I have tried to adapt the sense of it.
> Please have a look at the current version of mozilla-rootcerts and let
> me know of further issues.
I looked, and it seems good. I just tested it on macOS Sierra, and it
indeed installs the .pem files and the ca-certificates.crt file to the
correct location now (/opt/pkg/etc/openssl/certs) and does not touch
> Sorry for taking so long to get to this. (I kept putting it off because
> I did not expect it to be quick, and indeed it was well more than an
Sorry it was such a pain! Thanks for fixing it!
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