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=== megabytez is now known as strive
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sudormrfhey guys! so I am trying to set up an internal certificate authority at home. what I would like to do is have a certificate per device that requires it with a SAN for that specific devices host name and IP. that way if I navigate to the host name or IP I don't get the nag warning about certificates (after I import the root to my devices). I've been googling it, but am not coming up with exactly what I need. I see that I can set req_v321:13
sudormrfin the openssl.cnf file and then do the subjectAltName bit, but that seems to insert those SANs for every certificate. Is there no way to make it ask me what names it should use for the certificate? does it have to be hard coded in openssl.cnf every time?21:13
sudormrfI could change the cnf file each time I do the CSR, but that seems sort of silly21:13
sudormrfseems like there has got to be a better way21:13
sudormrfa way that I am missing21:13
wxlhey folks just a heads up: artful dot one is failing for server, as it is for lubuntu alternate (also d-i), both issues with dependencies, albeit different ones21:27
tomreyni was thinking there's no point release installers for non lts releases, change in policy? that'd be good.22:23
rbasakpowersj: see wxl's comment above22:24
ZeroWalkercan i ask questions about linux on a pi, probably basic stuff as i suck at it. Or is this about developing and support about just that?23:28
JanCZeroWalker: this channel is about using ubuntu as a server  :)23:41
JanCso assuming you are using Ubuntu as some sort of server on a Raspberry Pi, this is the right channel23:42
ZeroWalkergoodie ty23:44
trekkie1701cNew kernel patches seem to work.  Bootable, at least.23:56

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