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commit 0f4713faeb4e7f6041befdfa87e507d4377f6ea3
parent b859fd82a8ea7b4574636c1d605217a15f6762e3
Author: Cem Keylan <>
Date:   Tue,  1 Jun 2021 20:59:51 +0300

muw-add.1: Add section on CA Certificates

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1 file changed, 36 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/man/muw-add.1 b/man/muw-add.1 @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -.Dd Apr 13, 2021 +.Dd Jun 01, 2021 .Dt muw-add 1 .Sh NAME .Nm muw add @@ -104,6 +104,41 @@ The default installation has override configurations for .Lk , and .Lk . +.Sh CA CERTIFICATES +Distros usually provide different methods of obtaining CA Certificate files. If +you think you have a CA Certificate on a different path than what is searched, +you can manually specify the location of the file by setting the +.Ev MUW_CACERT +environment variable to the location of the certificate file. +.Bd -offset indent -literal +export MUW_CACERT=/path/to/cacert.pem +.Ed +This manual mentions some of the ways I know of installing CA Certificates, and +also a manual way of doing it. If you want to add your distribution to this +manual, feel free to do so by creating an issue on the repository. +.Ss Debian-based distros +You require the package named +.Sy ca-certificates . +After you obtain the package, you can run: +.Bd -offset indent -literal +/usr/sbin/update-ca-certificates +.Ed +.Ss Carbs Linux +If you are using Carbs Linux, it is highly likely that you already have CA +Certificate files installed by a post-install script from the +.Sy libressl +package. However, you can still manually install/update the certificate by +running +.Bd -offset indent -literal +/etc/ssl/ +.Ed +.Ss Manually installing CA Certificates +If none of these ways mentioned above are fitting for you, you can manually +download the CA Certificates with wget or curl. +.Bd -offset indent -literal +mkdir -p /etc/ssl +curl -Lo /etc/ssl/cert.pem +.Ed .Sh AUTHOR .An Cem Keylan Aq Mt .Sh COPYING