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NAME

       bbstored-certs - Manage certificates for the Box Backup system

SYNOPSIS

       bbstored-certs certs-dir command [arguments]

DESCRIPTION

       bbstored-certs creates and signs certificates for use in Box Backup. It allows the user to
       create and sign the server keys, as well as signing client keys.

       All commands must be followed by the certs-dir, which is the directory in which the
       certificates are stored.

   Commands
       There are 3 commands:

       init
           Create the certs-dir, and generate the server keys for bbstored.  certs-dir cannot
           exist before running the command.

       sign-server servercsrfile
           Sign the server certificate. The servercsrfile is the file generated by the init
           command.

       sign clientcsrfile
           Sign a client certificate. The clientcsrfile is generated during client setup. See
           bbackupd-config(8). Send the signed certificate back to the client, and install
           according to the instructions given by bbackupd-config.

FILES

       raidfile-config(8) generates the raidfile.conf(5) file.

BUGS

       If you find a bug in Box Backup, and you want to let us know about it, join the mailing
       list[1], and send a description of the problem there.

       To report a bug, give us at least the following information:

       ·   The version of Box Backup you are running

       ·   The platform you are running on (hardware and OS), for both client and server.

       ·   If possible attach your config files (bbstored.conf, bbackupd.conf) to the bug report.

       ·   Also attach any log file output that helps shed light on the problem you are seeing.

       ·   And last but certainly not least, a description of what you are seeing, in as much
           detail as possible.

SEE ALSO

       bbstored-config(8), bbstored.conf(5), bbstoreaccounts(8)

AUTHORS

       Ben Summers

       Per Thomsen

       James O´Gorman

NOTES

        1. mailing list
           http://lists.warhead.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/boxbackup