thanks for the updates. The procedures for providing the translation for
the 1.1.0+ version of OpenCA have not changed since the 0.9.2. Although
you might need to update your translation file with the new text.
Please, send the translation file back to me, I will add it to the
For your question about compiling OpenCA, can you be more specific ? In
particular compiling OpenCA from sources should be easy. On many
systems just using './configure && make && make install-[offline|online]'
should work. Remember to install the openssl-devel packages (the .h
files are required to compile some of the tools used in openca).
On 10/07/2010 02:53 PM, Rodrigo Raiher wrote:
> Dear Friend,
> O work to a brazilian government, in Rio de Janeiro.
> We use the OpenCA as a private PKI, with non profit, just to be green
> I have an OpenCA server working with version 0.9.2.5, and I have the
> traduction the screens to brazilian portuguese language.
> The PKI is working on a SUN UltraSparc Hardware, with 2 Servers (AR and
> AC), each one with a separate DB, with the Debian Etch 4.0.
> So, now I have to build a new PKI in a VMWare Machines, using Debian
> Lenny 5.0.
> A have installed Openldap, Openssl, mod_ssl, Apache 2.2, Perl,
> OpenCa-Tools, GCC, and some other libs to compile the same version of
> OpenCA, 0.9.2.5, because I need it in my local language, brazilian
> portuguese, with the documentation I´ve done for it.
> O know the actual version of OpenCA is 1.1.0, but have not yet my
> language (brazilian portuguese) available for install.
> Do you know if I can use my traduction files (0.9.2.5) on the new
> version 1.1.0, and how to do this?
> Another question is, what is required to compile the OpenCA from
> sources, because I have many erros in the script.
> I can send you my traduction files in brazilian portuguese, to
> contribute with the project.
> Thank you very much for help.
> Rodrigo Raiher
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