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Comment: Locating CA.sh (Score 1) 64

by keknehv (#23466138) Attached to: Linux Networking Cookbook
"CA.sh on my openSUSE box was located in /usr/lib/ssl/misc, as on the other boxes. However, the book tells us that CA.sh, and a moderately competent Linux user is likely to know that rpm -ql openssl will list all of the files in the openssl package or that rpm-ql openssl | grep CA.sh will spit out the location of the script."
or, perhaps,
$ locate CA.sh
/etc/ssl/misc/CA.sh

He keeps differentiating, flying off on a tangent.

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