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I was told that I can add my created CA to trusted repositories/authorities in my system instead of adding it from browser and configuring in in ssl.conf.

Yet I can't find anything similar on the web. Is that possible?

I'm working on CentOS server .

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You need to specify which distribution you want to do this on. e.g., on Arch, the CAs are in subdirs in /usr/share/ca-certificates/ (probably the same place they'd be on Debian as that's where the CAs come from apparently). – Mel Boyce May 5 '13 at 12:19
@MelBoyce I did . I wonder why there's a lack of OpenSSL References on the web !! no body is answering my question , can you tell me why ? – Nancy Smith May 16 '13 at 7:40

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