Re: Bug#709475: euca2ools: euca-bundle-vol and euca-bundle-image to EC2 require ec2 certificate
Le Thu, May 23, 2013 at 10:21:51AM -0400, Scott Moser a écrit :
> Package: euca2ools
> Version: 2.1.3-1
> Severity: normal
> Tags: patch
> User: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Usertags: origin-ubuntu saucy ubuntu-patch
> Dear Maintainer,
> In order to upload an image to EC2 (either with euca-bundle-vol or
> euca-bundle-image), a X509 public key certificate is required. In order
> to upload or bundle to Amazon, Amazon's certificate is required.
> As AWS is the most popular target for usage of the euca2ools, Ubuntu
> has included the ec2 certificate in /usr/share/euca2ools/cert-ec2.pem and
> create a symlink to it from /etc/ssl/certs/cert-ec2.pem.
> This allows the user to be able to do:
> euca-bundle-vol --ec2cert /usr/share/euca2ools/cert-ec2.pem
> without having to externally find Amazon's certificate.
Dear Scott and everybody,
I have just asked (again) on debian-devel if it would be possible to
host this certificate in another package.
Have a nice week-end,
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan