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From tarantella security certuse --help
Certificates must be Base 64-encoded PEM-format, with a header line
including "BEGIN CERTIFICATE", as used by OpenSSL.
It looks like you have been given a certificate in a different format, PKCS#7 (p7b). You could request a new certificate from the CA in PEM format or try to convert the one you have. I do not think SGD supports that conversion, but there are tools to convert certificate formats on the web.
i am not sure about PEM format. I am trying to find answer from security team. however, in the mean time I got the new certificate in base 64-format with cer extension. I used following command:
tarantella security certuse --certfile /opt/var/tps/myresearch2012-base64.cer
It gives warning that 'A key file already exists for this server. Are you sure you want to overwrite it ?' If say yes it returns 'The certificate file doesn't exist'.
Any other suggestion?
That's what it worked for me.
tarantella security certuse certfile /opt/tarantella/var/tsp/myresearch-2012-base64.cer keyfile /opt/tarantella/var/tsp/key.pending.pem