Commit 7d8b56d3 authored by Lukáš Krupčík's avatar Lukáš Krupčík

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If employing the PRACE version of GSISSH-term (also a Java Web Start Application), you may use either the PEM or p12 formats. Note that this service automatically installs up-to-date PRACE CA certificates.
If the grid service is UNICORE, then you bind your certificate, in either the p12 format or JKS, to UNICORE during the installation of the client on your local machine. For more information, please visit [UNICORE6 in PRACE](www.prace-ri.eu/UNICORE6-in-PRACE)
If the grid service is UNICORE, then you bind your certificate, in either the p12 format or JKS, to UNICORE during the installation of the client on your local machine. For more information, please visit [UNICORE6 in PRACE](http://www.prace-ri.eu/UNICORE6-in-PRACE)
If the grid service is part of Globus, such as GSI-SSH, GriFTP or GRAM5, then the certificates can be in either p12 or PEM format and must reside in the "$HOME/.globus" directory for Linux and Mac users or %HOMEPATH%.globus for Windows users. (Windows users will have to use the DOS command ’cmd’ to create a directory which starts with a ’.’). Further, user certificates should be named either "usercred.p12" or "usercert.pem" and "userkey.pem", and the CA certificates must be kept in a pre-specified directory as follows. For Linux and Mac users, this directory is either $HOME/.globus/certificates or /etc/grid-security/certificates. For Windows users, this directory is %HOMEPATH%.globuscertificates. (If you are using GSISSH-Term from prace-ri.eu then you do not have to create the .globus directory nor install CA certificates to use this tool alone).
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