On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 05:23:30PM +0100, philb at vodafone.ie wrote:
> It is strange though since as far as I can tell, it uses signed
> java applets for the certificate management. It seems as though
> someone went to the trouble of writing the certificate management
> components in non portable Java (could be wrong though, I didn't
> spend too much time on it).
As far as I can remember, the path which the certificate is installed
to and read from is hardcoded as "c:\ros".
Aside from preventing use of the ROS site from linux, this also
prevents windows users from using ROS from a machine which they do not
have full write access to c:\ on.
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