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I have to use MS Edge on Linux, and I need to my company's internal ca root certificate public key to validate internal sites.

The security section in Settings there is a "Manage certificates" link, but that does not work.

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MS Edge is a Chromium based browser and uses a similar private store as Chromium. Edge uses a keystore in ~/.pki and you need the certutil utility program.

For Ubuntu and Debian:

  1. sudo apt install libnss3-tools

  2. certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t "C,," -n <certificate nickname> \ -i <certificate filename>

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