What is a good example for the issuing address


#1

I have been trying to create an issuing address for docker testing but I have these failures

sed: bad option in substitution expression

bash-4.3# sed -i.bak “s mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo” /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini
sed: unmatched ’ '
bash-4.3# sed -i.bak “s//mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo” /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini
sed: unmatched '/'
bash-4.3# sed -i.bak “s<issuing-address>/mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo” /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini
sed: unmatched ''
bash-4.3# sed -i.bak “s/issuing-address/mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo” /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini
sed: unmatched '/'
bash-4.3# sed -i.bak “mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo” /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini

Do I have to create a new folder or file for the address?


#2

Hi @soliditynoob,
mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo is a perfectly good testnet or regtest issuing address. The problem is that you need to substitute the value mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo for <issuing-address> in /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini.

Try this and let me know how it goes:

sed -i.bak "s/<issuing-address>/mmJgRLcoceQvsUeQmJQzDJBGddCtDYZiqo/g" /etc/cert-issuer/conf.ini

Thanks,
Kim


#3

I’m testing this in docker which would not really affect much, should I try putting it in an ethereum testnet with a generated public key?