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According to above link can't convert .cer file to .crt in ubuntu OS via terminal.
Can you try with below openssl command and let me know the status.
openssl x509 -inform DER -in dpi-ssl-2048-sha2.cer -out dpi-ssl-2048-sha2.crt
If above command giving error, please try as same as below
openssl x509 -inform PEM -in dpi-ssl-2048-sha2.cer -out dpi-ssl-2048-sha2.crt
Your parameter have issue. you are trying to convert sha1 to sha2.
ty for reply
ok I got it and tried but still the same error
or if you wanna spare you all the openssl options just give XCA a try, my swiss army knife for Key/Cert handling.
Just my € .02
The first one is working. thanks
Hi @samaj ,
Glad to know your certificate issue has been resolved.
how can I install dpi-SSL on a smartphone? any idea?
This is going to involve generic steps. You should be able to google and find lot of results on importing certificate onto a smartphone.
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