Ok, forgot to update it, should be there now.
of course, in the mozilla subfolder.then you have none in the parent directory /etc/ssl/certs?
Do you have a list, an overview over these browsers and apps?My bad, I mean, for those browsers that do not use their own certificates, and support https
CAs are ignored, the only thing that matters is that the cert does not change
Do you have any crt or pem files in /etc/ssl/certs?of course, in the mozilla subfolder.
Most web browsers and some apps look in that folder.How did you find out? Do you have a list, an overview over these browsers and apps?
Leaping ahead, without knowing your answer etcI don't know what you are suggesting here. What is a move bundle command? I didn't get any duplicate error? What do you mean?
you could try this assuming individual crt files in mozilla
The reason for the move bundle command is c_rehash only looks at the first certificate in the bundle in hashing it, giving you a duplicate error we don't need. Delete that line if you have no bundle. But if possible pls advise if you have no bundle.
mv /etc/ssl/certs/mozilla/ca-certificates.crt /etc
ln -s /etc/ssl/certs/mozilla/* /etc/ssl/certs/
mv /etc/ca-certificates.crt /etc/ssl/certs/