The "tls-config" command:
Usage: fossil ssl-config [SUBCOMMAND] [OPTIONS...] [ARGS...]
This command is used to view or modify the TLS (Transport Layer Security) configuration for Fossil. TLS (formerly SSL) is the encryption technology used for secure HTTPS transport.
- Remove information about server certificates. This is a subset of the "scrub" command.
- load-cert PEM-FILES...
- Identify server certificate files. These should be in the PEM format. There are normally two files, the certificate and the private-key. By default, the text of both files is concatenated and added to the "ssl-cert" setting. Use --filename to store just the filenames.
- remove-exception DOMAINS
- Remove TLS cert exceptions for the domains listed. Or remove them all if the --all option is specified.
- scrub ?--force?
- Remove all SSL configuration data from the repository. Use --force to omit the confirmation.
- show ?-v?
- Show the TLS configuration. Add -v to see additional explaination