Bitvise SSH client on my PC connected to my IBM i.

I tried importing the CAs into the directory that I found where they are
most likely stored.. no go. These are standard Godaddy certs so I have no
idea why it's saying that.

I tried using it on a couple sites and some worked, others reported the
same error.

I did try the -k option and that works, I'm really just more curious as to
how to fix this.

On Fri, Sep 23, 2022 at 7:51 AM Pete Helgren <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Where are you running the command from? I though there was a way to
point to the location of the CA certs when you ran the command but I
can't remember if that was general or OS specific.....

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On 9/23/2022 7:07 AM, Brad Stone wrote:
Trying to use curl to download a file from a website (really just a trial
since every other method using browsers seems to just restart when right
the end of the download).

Here's the error:
curl: (60) SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer
More details here:

Now, the CAs are Godaddy and nothing else reports any errors. The link
provided is little help. Other searches talk about updating the server
(which of course I can't do).

If importing the CAs is the answer where would I put them?

Bradley V. Stone
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