SSL certificate installation on Linux
Depending on the Linux distribution you can have different ways to import the certificate.
Debian and derivates
On these distros you simply have to install a package named ca-certificates and download the CA in a specific location on your file system. Run these commands as root user.
aptitude install ca-certificates wget -O /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/autistici-ca.crt http://autistici.org/static/certs/ca.crt update-ca-certificatesDone! Now Autistici's CA is among the ones recognized by your system.
Chromium / Google Chrome
This browser does not use openssl and you need to run different commands to install our CA:
aptitude install libnss3-tools wget -O /tmp/ai-ca.crt http://autistici.org/static/certs/ca.crt certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t TC -n "autistici/inventati CA" -i /tmp/ai-ca.crt
In the latter versions of Chrome/Chromium for GNU/Linux it is possible to add this CA certificate directly from the browser (for Google Chrome this is possible since version 10) You simply have to select Settings from the main menu, scroll down till you find 'Show advanced settings...', scroll some more until you reach HTTPS/SSL, click on 'Manage Certificates' and import the crt file you have already downloaded from our website.