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Frog ears are called tympanums and look more like a flat, disc-shaped patch of skin directly adjacent to each eye. Here's lookin' at you kid. #funfacts #frogs #amphibians #sandiegozoo #picoftheday by Charles Jellison
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Just for the record: It can be done. I managed to create a Java Keystore, which can be used by Tomcat. You do need to add the privkey.pem to the JKS, but I couldn't do so directly with keytool or Portecle and used a workaround instead. With the help of openSSL you can create a PKCS12 keystore with both your certificate and the private key like so (no password for privkey.pem required): openssl pkcs12 -export -in cert.pem -inkey privkey.pem -out cert_and_key.p12 -name tomcat -CAfile…