[Bug 15704] crypt32: chain.ok test fails in OpenSolaris

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Wed May 6 14:29:50 CDT 2009


--- Comment #14 from Ivan Kalvachev <iive at yahoo.com>  2009-05-06 14:29:50 ---
(In reply to comment #12)
> Sure.  If I required these things to be installed, I would have marked this
> invalid.  It's a valid bug.  There are two ways to approach it:
> 1) Make the test succeed even in the absence of the verisign root cert.
> 2) Find the correct location of root certs on Solaris/PC-BSD, and support them
> in crypt32.

1) Is just workaround, not real fix. It may hide real bug and give false

2) Is not solution at all because my distribution do not have such
certificates, it will not have them in future, nor there is reason to have them
at all. Once again, this is GNU/Linux not some Solaris or BSD.

Just assume that there are no global installed .crt and try to make the test
work in that case.
What I find as good solutions are:

3) Put some .crt in the same directory as the test program and fallback to that
directory as last resort. This way crypt32 would always have something to test.

4) Make crypt32 check ~/.wine/certs/ and give recommendation how to find and
put some IE certs there.

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