copy file to keystore

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    Avatartimnorvel
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    Hello, I’m glad to have found you people. I just got my first Wyse terminal: a S50 (which I now understand is discontinued, grrr). I am not new to server based computing or thin clients, but I am new the Wyse and linux. I need to copy a .crt file to the usr/lib/ICAClient/keystore/cacert directory on the terminal (at least I’m pretty sure that’s what I need to do to resolve my issue – ssl 61 error) but I can’t figure out how to get the file there. I tried putting the file on my web server, navigating to it from Firefox on the terminal, then saving it from there to the correct directory but it didn’t let me (I assume a rights issue). Using that trick I was able to save it to the home directory, so it’s actually on the terminal now, but I don’t know how to move it (i’d need to rename it too). How can I either move/rename the one that’s there or copy the file from a usb key. (i was able to figure out how to import it into Firefox’s cert area via Tools/Options). Any help would be much appreciated.

    Also, as I’m a total newbie, I have seen a little info about using ftp to push/pull config files and such but I haven’t found a good document explaining all this. Is there such a thing?

    Thanks,
    Tim

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Open a Xterm session and type “sudo su”.
    Then you can disable the write protection by typing “rw” and enable it with “ro” afterwards.

    CG

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