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Dogtag Certificate System
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
- yum [--enablerepo=updates-testing] install dogtag-pki
- yum [--enablerepo=updates-testing] upgrade <package>
- yum [--enablerepo=epel-testing] install 389-ds
- yum [--enablerepo=epel-testing] install dogtag-pki
- yum [--enablerepo=epel-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):
Dogtag Certificate System 10.0
See PKI 10.0 Download.
Dogtag Certificate System 9.0
See PKI 9.0 Download.
Dogtag Certificate System 1.3
See PKI 1.3 Download.
Dogtag Certificate System 1.2
See PKI 1.2 Download.
Dogtag Certificate System 1.1
See PKI 1.1 Download.
Dogtag Certificate System 1.0
See PKI 1.0 Download.