Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 614378
Add GoDaddy root certificate to Pidgin/libpurple CA store...
Last modified: 2017-12-06 05:39:29 EST
Created attachment 431727 [details]
GD root certs
I recently rolled out support for XMPP at lavabit.com. We use a GoDaddy SSL certificate, but unfortunately the root certificates didn't ship with the vanilla package. I've opened a ticket upstream for inclusion in 2.7.2 (http://developer.pidgin.im/ticket/12312), but was hoping the following patch could be included with RHEL6 (and F14)? The patch adds 3 of the GD root certs. If you'd rather download the certs directly, they are available at: https://certs.godaddy.com/anonymous/repository.seam including a some I didn't include.
Created attachment 431733 [details]
GD root certs
Add new certs to Makefile.in/Makefile.am so they get installed automagically. Add this to line 131 of the specfile:
and this to line 395:
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