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On Linux, however, Mozilla Firefox uses a private certificate store instead of the system NSS one. There is no system interface for adding certificates, and Chromium has not implemented certificate manager on Linux yet. You may star Chromium bug #19991 to be informed of progress. In the meantime, you may use the NSS command-line tools to manage your certificates. If you're running Ubuntu or Debian, install the package libnss3-tools. To trust the MIT CA for SSL, download the file and run

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certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t "C,," -n "MIT CA" -i path/to/mitca.crt
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certutil -d. sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t "C,," -n "MIT CA" -i path/to/mitca.crt

For more information, visit Google's page on Linux certificate management and Mozilla's documentation on certutil.