Start OpenSSL from Working Directory
How to start OpenSSL from my working directory where I have certificates stored.
You can start OpenSSL from a command line window as shown in the tutorial:
1. Open a command line window.
2. Use the "cd" command to go to your working directory.
3. Run the OpenSSL program with the full path name as shown below:
C:\ C:\>cd \Users\fyicenter C:\Users\fyicenter>\local\openssl\openssl.exe OpenSSL>
4. Try the "version" command and exit
OpenSSL> version OpenSSL 1.0.2h 3 May 2016 OpenSSL> exit
2012-07-23, 8725👍, 0💬
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