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The -mozilla thing is a separate package.

I just used the ACS Open Source Package manager and selected it from the list - hit install and VOILA!

Jon P

On Apr 28, 2022, at 2:09 PM, Tom Deskevich <TDeskevich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Looking for help with this statement:

In that case you may just install "ca-certificates-mozilla" with YUM in oder to get the newest CAs loaded into PASE Think that should help

I ran these commands

yum update ca-certificates

Setting up Update Process

No Packages marked for Update

yum info ca-certificates

Installed Packages

Name : ca-certificates

Arch : noarch

Version : 2_git20170807.10b2785

Release : 3

Size : 5.6 k

Repo : installed

From repo : ibm

Summary : Utilities for managing TLS certificate stores

URL : https://github.com/openSUSE/ca-certificates

License : GPL-2.0-or-later

Do I need to get the current "ca-certificates-mozilla" into the IFS somehow?

I can go to firefox and export the certificates, but it wants me to export to the existing one. Where is that?

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