Using the SSL snakeoil certificate
Following up to myself with a proper subject line.
In bug #376146, Martin Pitt wrote:
In an effort to clean up the SSL certificate mess on Ubuntu servers, we
recently converted all our supported Server packages to make use of
the ssl-cert package instead of creating a package-specific
self-signed SSL certificate. This allows admins to easily replace the
certificate with a 'real' one without touching dozens of configuration
files, and also provides a consistent setup out of the box.
Is this is a good idea for Debian? I think it is but it doesn't make sense to
switch dovecot over unless all the other ssl-cert using packages also do it.
Is this possible in the etch timeframe?
Jaldhar H. Vyas <email@example.com>
La Salle Debain - http://www.braincells.com/debian/
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