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comment Create a tarball with a fake `root`
Acknowledged Darth Android, but we're provisioning RaspberryPis for delivery out to customers, and as we already build the entire rootfs as a tarball (using debootstrap) before imaging it onto the SD cards, this solution doesn't seem too evil.
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answered Create a tarball with a fake `root`
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asked Create a tarball with a fake `root`
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comment Zeroconf SSH advertising : utility?
For what it's worth, if you are connecting from a mac, you'll have to ssh into hostname.local, I recommend adding an alias in ~/.ssh/config to avoid the extra typing.
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asked Linux, how to force all traffic to specific host over VPN?
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comment Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
I was able to do this using the Ruby RESTClient library to format the MIME Digest type request body, with the signature and message body as two separate text/plain parts.
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comment Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
I'm assuming the problem is that my test certificates in this instance weren't even self-signed, they were unsigned, generated with : $ openssl genrsa -des3 -out documentation-private.pem 2048, $ openssl rsa -in documentation-private.pem -out documentation-public.pem -outform PEM -pubout
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accepted Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
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comment Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
I believe the keys are of the correct type: head -n1 upstream-public.pem shows -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----, and head -n1 documentation-private.pem shows -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
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comment Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
I always get: openssl smime -sign -signer documentation-private.pem -in minimum.json.crypt upstream-public.pem which throws unable to load certificate 17256:error:0906D06C:PEM routines:PEM_read_bio:no start line:/SourceCache/OpenSSL098/OpenSSL098-44/src/crypto/pem/pem_lib.c:648:Expectin‌​g: TRUSTED CERTIFICATE
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comment Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
thanks for the comprehensive response, given my input file is minimum.json', encrypted minimum.json.crypt`, what is the correct openssl command to create one single text body, ready to be used as a HTTP post/put body?
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asked Formatting OpenSSL encrypted message, and signature in the same plaintext file
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asked Restore default CA Certificates on Mac OSX 10.7
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