I'm trying to update my Solaris 11.3 x86 system. The system hasSun/Oracle software on it, including Sun Developer Studio and Sun SSH server. It does not have other software on it, and I don't have anything in
I'm catching this error:
$ sudo pkg update Creating Plan (Package planning: 1/10): - pkg update: Chain was rooted in an untrusted self-signed certificate. The package involved is pkg://email@example.com,0.5.11-18.104.22.168.1.11.0:20180718T212443Z
According to Packaging and Delivering Software With the Image Packaging System | Untrusted Self-Signed Certificate, the docs say it is because of using a self-signed OpenSSL certificate. Another similar page is Troubleshooting Signed Packages, but it rehashes the earlier page and adds nothing new. The Oracle docs on updating a package is at Updating a Package but it does not appear to provide the information I need.
The Sun article lacks step-by-step instructions to clear the issue. I'm trying to get Solaris to trust the Sun certificate but I can't get beyond usage errors:
$ sudo pkg set-publisher --approve-ca-cert solaris/consolidation/ddt/ddt-incorporation pkg set-publisher: requires a publisher name Usage: pkg set-publisher [-Ped] [-k ssl_key] [-c ssl_cert] [-g origin_to_add|--add-origin=origin_to_add ...] [-G origin_to_remove|--remove-origin=origin_to_remove ...] ....
$ sudo pkg set-publisher --approve-ca-cert solaris/consolidation/ddt/ddt-incorporation sun pkg set-publisher: Could not find /export/home/jwalton/solaris/consolidation/ddt/ddt-incorporation
I've tried other combinations, like prepending
pkg:// and using the full name but the problems persist.
How do I get beyond this error?