error creating certificate
I downloaded OpenSSL and I am following these instructions: https://github.com/iBaa/PlexConnect/wiki/Install-Guide-Windows-Certificates but I cannot get past the first step.
Here's what outputs:
C:>OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl.exe req -new -nodes -newkey rsa:2048 -out C:\trailers.pem -keyout C:\trailers.key -x509 -days 7300 -subj "/C=US/CN=trailers.apple.com" -config
req [options] outfile
where options are
-inform arg input format - DER or PEM
-outform arg output format - DER or PEM
-in arg input file
-out arg output file
-text text form of request
-pubkey output public key
-noout do not output REQ
-verify verify signature on REQ
-modulus RSA modulus
-nodes don't encrypt the output key
-engine e use engine e, possibly a hardware device
-subject output the request's subject
-passin private key password source
-key file use the private key contained in file
-keyform arg key file format
-keyout arg file to send the key to
load the file (or the files in the directory) into
the random number generator
-newkey rsa:bits generate a new RSA key of 'bits' in size
-newkey dsa:file generate a new DSA key, parameters taken from CA in 'file'
-newkey ec:file generate a new EC key, parameters taken from CA in 'file'
-[digest] Digest to sign with (md5, sha1, md2, mdc2, md4)
-config file request template file.
-subj arg set or modify request subject
-multivalue-rdn enable support for multivalued RDNs
-new new request.
-batch do not ask anything during request generation
-x509 output a x509 structure instead of a cert. req.
-days number of days a certificate generated by -x509 is valid for.
-set_serial serial number to use for a certificate generated by -x509.
-newhdr output "NEW" in the header lines
-asn1-kludge Output the 'request' in a format that is wrong but some CA's
have been reported as requiring
-extensions .. specify certificate extension section (override value in config file)
-reqexts .. specify request extension section (override value in config file)
-utf8 input characters are UTF8 (default ASCII)
-nameopt arg - various certificate name options
-reqopt arg - various request text options
It's like it doesn't like the command syntax but I don't know enough about the OpenSSL command to know what needs to be changed... thanks in advance for your help!