This is really just a tutorial on importing a client certificate into chromium via the shared nss database. The real magic is knowing chromium reads a sqlite database under ~/.pki/nssdb for it’s key and certificate storage. pk12util can be installed via the nss-tools package on Fedora or the libnss3-tools package on Debian/*buntu.
Could someone who has a windows installation clue me in via a comment on the best way to do this? Also, could anyone test this on google chrome?
After installing that certificate, startssl login works
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