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The system-wide configuration files consist of the following files:
- Client configuration file:
- Server daemon configuration file:
- Certificate validation daemon configuration file:
The files contain keyword-value pairs, one per line. Lines starting with the hash character (
#) as well as empty lines are interpreted as comments.
ssh_certd_config.example can be found in the same directory.
Users can have their own configuration files. These are stored in
For detailed information about the options available in the configuration files, see the
ssh_certd_config man pages.
Subconfiguration files can also be specified in the main configuration file. See Section Subconfigurations for more information.
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