I’ve seen another similar question here: Docker distroless image how to add customize certificate to trust store? but the answer relied on having the certificate available at image build time. I am looking for a way to copy a CA certificate into a distroless based container image at deployment time and have the CA store ..
I’m trying following scenario. On my laptop I have created a delegation key. On a server I have created the target and authorized my delegation key Now when signing my Docker image via docker trust I’m getting following error. An error occurred during validation: rpc error: code = 5 desc = key 6505d5d177b8ad1868d721f0043d0f16f4fc7cdbf27a0940c6f1ef52a95b15b9 not found ..
I am trying to set up a container using said official image of EJBCA 126.96.36.199 to use as a Root CA (or Management CA) and what I can’t put my finger on is how to get the superadmin keystore, which I need to set up sub-CAs. The image description on dockerhub reads that I shall ..