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 Need for bash shell...
Author: MartynHill 
Date:   05-01-12 12:54

Thanks for this summary!
One thing I have to remind myself evey time I go to create further client certificates on my FreeBSD server is to start a bash shell before running those commnads as my default shell is out of the box csh (I think) - it may be that others hit this (simple) block...
Simply start the shell (if installed from ports) by typing 'bash' before proceeding.

Martyn Hill
London.

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