Changes between Version 94 and Version 95 of flukes

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06/23/13 21:47:39 (6 years ago)
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vjo (IP: 98.122.181.149)
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    251251$ openssl x509 -text -in mycredential.pem 
    252252}}} 
    253 * Enter the path to the file containing your certificate into the "user.certfile" property 
    254 * Enter the path to the file containing your private key into the "user.certkeyfile" property; this may be the same file as is specified in the "user.certfile" property. 
     253 * Enter the path to the file containing your certificate into the "user.certfile" property 
     254 * Enter the path to the file containing your private key into the "user.certkeyfile" property; this may be the same file as is specified in the "user.certfile" property. 
    255255 
    256256When you submit a request through Flukes, it will ask you for a key alias and password. The alias that you choose to use is immaterial (it is *not*, if you are using the second, more flexible, method for specifying user credentials, that is described below), but you should enter the password associated with you private key.