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I just wanted to share an issue with el Capitan and latest preview of Mono.
This the code I used which worked in Yosemite and below:
public static bool InjectCA(X509Certificate2 caCert)
if (caCert == null) return false;
Log.Entry(LogName, "Injecting root CA: " + caCert.FriendlyName);
var store = new X509Store(StoreName.Root, StoreLocation.LocalMachine);
catch (Exception ex)
Log.Error(LogName, "Unable to inject CA");
The above function prints out the following error:
"Access to the path /usr/share/.mono is denied"
Just wanted to let you folks know