Hi Sean,

If you run the following command (from your Fedora box) it should show both the CA and server certificate on the screen:

openssl s_client -showcerts -connect myi5.example.com:992

You can then copy/paste the CA certificate (usually the 2nd one in my experience) to a file, and use that file with tn5250.

Good luck

Sean Porterfield wrote:
I upgraded to Fedora 7 and had tn5250 working. I haven't been able to
use it for a while, so I updated and recompiled tonight after reading
this thread. When it still didn't work, I realized it wasn't tn5250
causing my problem. We switched systems, so my ca cert is no longer the

Anyone have a pointer to how to extract this so I can get back in
business? I'm still searching the archives; I'm sure it's in there
somewhere, as I did it many years ago.

Sean Porterfield

Scott Klement wrote:
There's a README file included with the source code... but there's not much to it. It's just this:

(as root) make install

Shane_Cessna@xxxxxxx wrote:

I'm installing it via the RPM system...I haven't tried to build it from source...I assume there's documentation on how to go about doing it that way?...

Shane Cessna
Senior iSeries Programmer
North American Lighting, Inc.
217.465.6600 x7776

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