Tom Lane [2009-04-10 19:01 -0400]:
> This seems a bit handwavy --- there's a difference between the machine's
> own cert and what it thinks is a root cert.
> How do you deal with that? If the root cert is real, how do you put
> in self-signed server certs?
I'm afraid I don't understand. If an admin replaces the default
snakeoil cert with a real one which he got signed by a CA, then of
course he would replace the standard system SSL cert (which all the
servers default to, and which is initially the snakeoil one) with the
"good" certificate. I don't see a reason why an admin would replace a
self-signed cert with another self-signed cert?
Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de
Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org)
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