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Why does installing ruby 2.1.0 copy to /etc/openssl/cert.perm?

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I installed ruby 2.1.0 using rvm. It asked me to enter my password so it could copy a file to /etc/openssl/cert.perm

Is this normal?

posted Jun 23, 2014 by Kiran Kumar

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