This howto describes how to add a Certificate Authority (CA) to your Debian system without mixing it with the CA certificates that Debian provides.
This way a Debian update won’t replace it, but the CA will be recognized by the OS’s tools.
Certificate installation and activation
Place your CA certificate into the folder
Each CA certificate must be in an own file, in PEM-encoded format and with a filename ending with
Integrate the new CA certificate into the system with
With the command
you can chose, which CA certificates provided by the distribution should be trusted and which not.