Hi everyone. Not sure if anyone else uses Google Chrome Browser in a custom partition but I need to import the device certificates to the browser CA store. I have tried using the certutil commands as I have done in Ubuntu Desktop but no luck. This is to import an internal root certificate for the browser. The certificate is already deployed from UMS and exists in /etc/ssl/certs.
Hi Charlie, which Firmware are you on? I guess using the IGEL OS Builtin Chromium wouldn’t help, right?
I guess the issue is that a command like these:
certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t “C,,” -n “Webservice” -i /etc/ssl/certs
isn’t working because the nssdb isn’t where the command is expecting it. Please try to issue:
find /custom -type f -name “nssdb”
and adapt your first CLI command as you need. If that work, you could put it as a Final Network command:
Hi Sebastien. I am on FW 11.05.133 but also tried 11.05.120. Correct, Chromium will not work. I will give this a try. Thank you for the response.
Sebastien- i was able to get the certutil command to execute by creating a new profile and using that command in a custom application. I disabled the desktop options and just set it to auto start on boot. Adam Woydziak from iGEL helped me get to that point. Thanks to both of you for the speedy assistance and success!
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