[CentOS] NetworkManger wireless issues - "Failed to load root certificates"/"unable to get local issuer certificate"
toralf.lund at pgs.com
Wed Sep 7 14:17:08 UTC 2016
On 06/09/16 09:06, Toralf Lund wrote:
> On 05/09/16 11:08, John Hodrien wrote:
>> On Fri, 2 Sep 2016, Toralf Lund wrote:
>>> I'm trying to connect my CentOS 6.8 laptop to the wireless net at
>>> work, which is secured with WPA2 and AES. I've done this successfully
>>> in the past using NetworkManager, but a new safety feature was
>>> recently introduced: A CA certificate is required. After this, I've
>>> not been able to connect. I have a DER format file, whose path I've
>>> entered in
>> You've definitely provided the correct CA certificate, and not
>> provided the certificate itself?
> I think you're on to something, there. I actually used data exported
> from Windows, and I guess I ended up with (as you suggest) the "normal"
> certificate. Now I've switched to a "CA Root" .pem file for the
> authority, and the "Failed to load root certificates" message has gone
> away. But, I still get 'unable to get local issuer certificate'.
I now realise that the same root certificate is included in
/etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt, so maybe I shouldn't need to specify
it? Perhaps what I want is an "intermediate certificate"? Would that be
the same thing as a "local issuer certificate"?
Also, I no longer able to reproduce the case where I got "Failed to load
Let's say I'm officially confused...
> Don't I need to provide the certificate itself, too? Where do I put it?
> - Toralf
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