X-Git-Url: https://sipb.mit.edu/gitweb.cgi/wiki.git/blobdiff_plain/ce2ef83cc8adab7faca35da3a0cdb4a95c5255d5..26935cf4d2de2bc8cd0bb53d28b02abe858a3743:/enabling_client_certificate_auth_in_chrome.html diff --git a/enabling_client_certificate_auth_in_chrome.html b/enabling_client_certificate_auth_in_chrome.html index b8f6e10..5bd34d2 100644 --- a/enabling_client_certificate_auth_in_chrome.html +++ b/enabling_client_certificate_auth_in_chrome.html @@ -5,9 +5,7 @@ to solve, there's just no UI for it as of yet. (As of 11/13/2009.) (Note: I'm Google build as well, I'm not sure.)

You want to use the instructions at -Google's page on LinuxCertManagement to install the MIT -CA (click "Get the MIT CA" here -to download it). You may also want the CSAIL CA (specifically, the Master CA). If you're +Google's page on LinuxCertManagement to install the MIT CA. You may also want the CSAIL CA (specifically, the Master CA). If you're running Debian or Ubuntu, the short version of that LinuxCertManagement page is to install libnss3-tools, then run "certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t "C,," -n -i " for both the MIT CA @@ -20,7 +18,7 @@ the LinuxCertManagement page and do it manually.

Here's the last key to the puzzle: by default, Chrome on Linux runs without SSL client cert auth. So run it with the --auto-ssl-client-auth flag. You'll -probably want to edit both Preferred Applications and the Main Menu entry to +probably want to edit both Preferred Applications and the Main Menu entry (I'm assuming you run Gnome here; if not, there may be other things you want to edit) to reflect this, so links you click on outside of Chrome open this way. (Gnome Do and similar pull their data from Main Menu, among other places.) Once you've done this, you can check your work with