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Dogtag Certificate System

Dogtag Certificate System 10.0 (Alpha) is now available for testing.

The most recent stable release of the Dogtag Certificate System is version 9.0.

Please read the Release Notes to find out what's new and for late breaking information. Additionally, see the FAQ section on Open Source for more information.

Remember, Dogtag requires access to a 389 Directory Server for storage purposes, so one must be available either through remote access on the network, or co-located locally on the same machine that hosts Dogtag.

The 'yum' utility is used to install on platforms that use yum for package installation and management.

    If a 'local' directory server is to be utilized on Fedora (see http://directory.fedoraproject.org/docs/389ds/download.html for details):
    • yum [--enablerepo=updates-testing] install 389-ds

    To obtain ALL Dogtag PKI packages for Fedora:
    • yum [--enablerepo=updates-testing] install dogtag-pki

    To obtain INDIVIDUAL Dogtag PKI packages for Fedora:
    • yum [--enablerepo=updates-testing] upgrade <package>


    If a 'local' directory server is to be utilized on EPEL (see http://directory.fedoraproject.org/docs/389ds/download.html for details):
    • yum [--enablerepo=epel-testing] install 389-ds

    To obtain ALL Dogtag PKI packages for EPEL:
    • yum [--enablerepo=epel-testing] install dogtag-pki

    To obtain INDIVIDUAL Dogtag PKI packages for EPEL:
    • yum [--enablerepo=epel-testing] upgrade <package>

Dogtag Certificate System 10.0 (Alpha)

Binary Packages

    Platform
    32-bit Fedora 16 (i386)
    64-bit Fedora 16 (x86_64)
    32-bit Fedora 17 (i386)
    64-bit Fedora 17 (x86_64)

Source Packages

    Platform
    Fedora 16
    Fedora 17

Dogtag Certificate System 9.0

Dogtag Certificate System is available on Fedora 15 platforms.

  • use 'pkicreate' to create new instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.
  • use 'pkiremove' to delete instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.
  • use either a 'Firefox 3.x' browser or 'pkisilent' to configure instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.

In addition to being available on the Fedora 15 platforms via 'yum', individual packages available from Koji include:

See the Release Notes for additional information about this release.

Dogtag Certificate System 1.3

Dogtag Certificate System is available on the latest Fedora and EPEL platforms.

  • For information on how to use EPEL - see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/FAQ#howtouse.
  • For additional information about EPEL - see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL.
  • use 'pkicreate' to create new instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.
  • use 'pkiremove' to delete instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.
  • use either a 'Firefox 3.x' browser or 'pkisilent' to configure instances of CA, DRM, OCSP, RA, TKS, and TPS.

See the Release Notes for the current list of packages.

IMPORTANT:   For EPEL, version 1.0.7 or later of the mod_nss component is required to execute the RA and TPS subsystems.

Binary Packages

Snapshots of various Binary components (that are NOT currently available in Fedora/RHEL) are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform
32-bit Fedora 12 (i386)
64-bit Fedora 12 (x86_64)
32-bit Fedora 11 (i386)
64-bit Fedora 11 (x86_64)
32-bit RHEL 5.5 (EPEL) (i586)
64-bit RHEL 5.5 (EPEL) (x86_64)

Source Packages

Snapshots of various Source components (that are NOT currently available in Fedora/RHEL) are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform
Fedora 12
Fedora 11
RHEL 5.5 (EPEL)

Dogtag Certificate System 1.2.0

Individuals simply wishing to run or deploy a Certificate System using pre-built components, should continue with the following instructions:

Alternatively, developers should consult the following instructions:

Binary Packages

Platform
32-bit Fedora 11 (i586)
64-bit Fedora 11 (x86_64)
32-bit Fedora 10 (i386)
64-bit Fedora 10 (x86_64)
32-bit Fedora 9 (i386)
64-bit Fedora 9 (x86_64)
32-bit Fedora 8 (i386)
64-bit Fedora 8 (x86_64)

Source Packages

Platform
Fedora 11
Fedora 10
Fedora 9
Fedora 8

Dogtag Certificate System 1.1.0

Installing the PKI Yum Repository Configuration File

Currently, pre-built binary packages are provided for the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the Fedora 8, Fedora 9, and Fedora 10 platforms. Each set of Binary Packages exist in their own Yum repository. To add this Yum repository to a development or runtime environment, become the root user, and execute the following commands:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d
wget http://pki.fedoraproject.org/pki/download/pki/1.1.0/pki.repo

Individuals simply wishing to run or deploy a Certificate System using pre-built components, should continue with the following instructions:

Alternatively, developers should consult the following instructions:

Binary Packages

Snapshots of the various Binary components are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform RPMs
32-bit Fedora 10 (i386) Download
64-bit Fedora 10 (x86_64) Download
32-bit Fedora 9 (i386) Download
64-bit Fedora 9 (x86_64) Download
32-bit Fedora 8 (i386) Download
64-bit Fedora 8 (x86_64) Download

Source Packages

Snapshots of the various Source components are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform SRPMs
Fedora 10 Download
Fedora 9 Download
Fedora 8 Download

Dogtag Certificate System 1.0.0

Installing the PKI Yum Repository Configuration File

Currently, pre-built binary packages are only provided for the Fedora 8 platforms. Each set of Binary Packages exist in their own Yum repository. To add this Yum repository to a development or runtime environment, become the root user, and execute the following commands:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d
wget http://pki.fedoraproject.org/pki/download/pki/1.0.0/pki.repo

Individuals simply wishing to run or deploy a Certificate System using pre-built components, should continue with the following instructions:

Alternatively, developers should consult the following instructions:

Binary Packages

Snapshots of the various Binary components are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform RPMs
32-bit Fedora 9 (i386) Download
64-bit Fedora 9 (x86_64) Download
32-bit Fedora 8 (i386) Download
64-bit Fedora 8 (x86_64) Download

Source Packages

Snapshots of the various Source components are included below for the user's convenience:

Platform SRPMs
Fedora 9 Download
Fedora 8 Download