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How to avoid generate certificate on boot OS from hard disc

 
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tmk5252



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 6:17 pm    Post subject: How to avoid generate certificate on boot OS from hard disc Reply with quote

Hi!

First I want say that is really good OS. It has a lot of functions. It's really nice.

I've got a one question:

I'm using Zeroshell to connect 2 to LANS over VPN LAn to Lan. I discovered today where I'm settings hostname, but I don't know How to avoid to genereate new hostname certificate ? When I rebooting my system I see that during start system new certificate is generating. This is no good for me because I'm exporting my cert to another machine with Zeroshell.

It is possible to save hostname certificate on storage and not changing every boot system ?

Thanks for help and Sorry for my bad English. TMK
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