[CentOS] OT: What are the 2 openssl commands I need to use?

John R Pierce pierce at hogranch.com
Tue Dec 29 18:31:54 UTC 2009


Lanny Marcus wrote:
> Mark: Thank you. openssl *is* shown in the services running, so I am
> sure that is the problem, that it is not in my path. I will ask him to
> include openssl in my path. Lanny
>   

you control your own path, ~/.bash_profile

or just specify the path to openssl on the command line, the default for 
CentOS is /usr/bin/openssl




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