I have a PEM certificate that I just downloaded from a webserver. I want to install it system-wide so I can curl the server without it complaining about a missing certificate.
I tried putting the file in /etc/ssl/certs, but nothing happened.
I would take a look for a package called
Since SuSE uses RPM packages as well I'd guess you could do a query like this to find the name of the package that provides certificates:
With the name of this package I can then
This command will list its contents:
This last command will show you where the certificates are getting stored.
If you don't want to manually do this I believe you can use YaST to add CA certificates as well. Here's a tutorial titled: Chapter 15. Managing X.509 Certification that should guide you through that process.
I believe you can use
As already mentioned SUSE supports ca-certificates starting with openSUSE 13.1 / SLES 12.
The difference to debian/Ubuntu is the directory for your certififcates. The SLES man page to
The openSUSE package mentions these: