brian at lifetrends.com
Thu Jun 13 20:22:01 BST 2019
It works with the insecure flag. It’s very confusing because nothing else is complaining about the certificate. I guess I’ll just need to figure out what’s happening there.
From: Jules Field <Jules at Zend.To>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2019 8:11 AM
To: zend.to at neilzone.co.uk; Brian Smith <brian at lifetrends.com>
Cc: ZendTo Users <zendto at zend.to>
Subject: Re: [ZendTo] automationUsers
And you can prove if it really is a cert problem by adding the "-i" option to the ZendTo auto... command.
This passes a "--insecure" option to curl, which tells curl to not attempt to actually check the validity of the server's certificate.
If any of you have suggestions for either additional options (or a complete additional script) to help debug these sorts of issues, please do let me know! An "autodebug" script could just do a bunch of checks and confirm it can successfully get as far as logging in, but no more than that. All ideas welcome.
On 13/06/2019 13:41, zend.to at neilzone.co.uk<mailto:zend.to at neilzone.co.uk> wrote:
On 13 Jun 2019, at 13:27, Brian Smith <brian at lifetrends.com<mailto:brian at lifetrends.com>> wrote:
* SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate
* Closing connection 0
I’m a bit confused by this since the cert is valid, not self-signed, etc.
Assuming then its either an OS or web server issue rather than zend.to itself, and on the basis you seem happy with your apache2/nginx ssl config, you could try updating your cert directory/contents?
might do the trick?
(But, if your box works fine other than for this, curious…)
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