On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 11:38:16AM -0500, Brendan Arthurs wrote:
> As far as I can remember, the path which the certificate is installed
> to and read from is hardcoded as "c:\ros".
just curious, why won't that work in linux? that's a valid file/dir
> 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.
yes, windows programmers seem to take "all the world is a vax" attitude
and do it one better: "all the world is my particular windows box
installed how i installed it this week?"
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