conch-shell as it existed on the day I left Joyent https://github.com/joyent/conch-shell
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conch is a CLI for accessing the Conch API.
Documentation, including the build process, can be found here
The latest production release at https://github.com/joyent/conch-shell/releases/latest is certified against the production instance.
The most recent release is not certified for production yet (thus the 'pre-release' tag) and probably works best against the staging instance. Grab it at https://github.com/joyent/conch-shell/releases
Go makes a lot of assumptions about a user's runtime environment. One assumption
is that a system holds SSL certs in a set of default directories which are
hardcoded into the go runtime by platform. If the user's runtime differs from
go's expectation, the user will receive a message like
x509: failed to load
system roots and no roots provided.
To set a custom location for SSL certs, one can specify
SSL_CERT_FILE in the environment before running conch shell.
SSL_CERT_FILE=/opt/certs.pem conch login
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