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My cert expired so I'm trying to renew. Because the Organizational Unit =
field is now required, I'm trying to recreate a new CSR from my existing =
key:

# openssl req -new -key www.xyz.com.key -out www.xyz.com.csr
unknown option -new
req [options] outfile
where options are
......... etc..
-new new request.
......... etc.


I'm running FC6 with latest openssl-0.9.8b-15.fc6. I'm totally =
perplexed as to why -new is an unknown option. Any ideas?

Thanks, =20
-Eric Wood
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My cert expired so I'm trying to =
renew. =20
Because the Organizational Unit field is now required, I'm trying to =
recreate a=20
new CSR from my existing key:

 

# openssl req =96new =96key href=3D"http://www.xyz.com.key/">www.xyz.com.key =96out href=3D"http://www.xyz.com.csr/">www.xyz.com.csr
unknown option =
=96new
req=20
[options] <infile >outfile
where options  are
........=20
etc..

size=3D2>-new          =
new=20
request.

........ etc.

 

 

I'm running FC6 with latest=20
openssl-0.9.8b-15.fc6.   I'm totally perplexed as to why -new =
is an=20
unknown option.  Any ideas?

 

Thanks,   

-Eric =
Wood


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