I've been using LEDE for a few months and I'm trying to set up and configure OpenVPN for my network.
I don't have much experience using this software, so I'm following this guide:
I'm attempting to generate the CA CRL using the following command:
**openssl ca -gencrl -keyfile ca/OpenWrt-CA.key.pem -cert ca/OpenWrt-CA.crt.pem -out crl/OpenWrt-CA.crl.pem -config ./openssl.cnf**
However, I'm receiving the following error:
**root@LEDE:/etc/ssl# openssl ca -gencrl -keyfile ca/OpenWrt-CA.key.pem -cert ca/OpenWrt-CA.crt.pem -out cr** **l/OpenWrt-CA.crl.pem -config ./openssl.cnf** **Using configuration from ./openssl.cnf** **Enter pass phrase for ca/OpenWrt-CA.key.pem:** **.\index: No such file or directory** **unable to open '.\index'** **3069584580:error:02001002:lib(2):func(1):reason(2):NA:0:fopen('.\index','r')** **3069584580:error:20074002:lib(32):func(116):reason(2):NA:0:**
Which is strange because this file does exist, as shown in the following command:
**root@LEDE:/etc/ssl# ll ./index** **-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 1 Apr 12 18:34 ./index**
Am I missing something? Is there another process that has this file open?