I have a CA certificate that I use to connect to a WPA2 Enterprise wireless network.
Where within my home folder should I store the
.crt file? I don't see anything in the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard that suggests what I should do.
Note: The question was edited a while after I answered, adding the point about the 'non-administrative' user, etc, but this answer is one alternative way of doing it.
There is no specific location in the users's home folder that is officially designated for
However, system-wide there is an official location specified by Debian, and adhered to by Ubuntu, which is explained in the packages documentation for
i.e. this means that the certificate must end with
This is the only official line that I know of, and more information is available at
According to the this documantation, you can store certificate under /etc/ssl/cert directory. Also you have to store .key file under /etc/ssl/newcerts