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Let's Encrypt

Postby emil_c » 31 Mar 2016, 12:41

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The single common point that I could find between those two feeds is that their servers are configured to use Let's Encrypt SSL certificates.
TT-RSS runs on a CentOS 6 box with PHP 5.6.19 from Webtatic repository.

Any ideas?

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby fox » 31 Mar 2016, 12:54

one idea would be posting someplace else with your obviously unrelated to tt-rss problems

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby fox » 01 Apr 2016, 07:51

while this has nothing to do with tt-rss, it is worth mentioning i guess that it looks like letsencrypt silently changed their intermediate authority so every script out there that relied on downloading x1 intermediate no longer works correctly.

obviously a small change like this was not worthy of any mention on their blog, i guess we need to be subscribed to their forum or some shit to know when they decide to break everything idk

tldr expect more fun with this until people using letsencrypt figure this shit out; you get what you pay for.

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby emil_c » 01 Apr 2016, 08:09

Hi there.
I posted here because this only happened for me in tt-rss.
After forcing a curl and libcurl update (from a third party repository) it finally worked.
Grr!

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby sleeper_service » 01 Apr 2016, 09:02

emil_c wrote:Hi there.
I posted here because this only happened for me in tt-rss.
After forcing a curl and libcurl update (from a third party repository) it finally worked.
Grr!


all that advanced "logic" and you still managed to get it wrong!

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby fox » 01 Apr 2016, 09:31

and here i was thinking that installing random garbage on their servers was more of an ubuntu thing

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby sleeper_service » 01 Apr 2016, 22:52

fox wrote:and here i was thinking that installing random garbage on their servers was more of an ubuntu thing


nonoooo ubuntu is all about carefully curated and organized garbage... nothing random to it. ;)

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby nameless » 02 Apr 2016, 02:42

Well to be fair running CentOS 6 in 2016 can be quite troublesome. In particular with running more recent software on top of it which often depends on libs newer than currently available in CentOs 6. I maintain some productive CentOs 6 hosts and have to compile some packages myself to keep up with dependencies.
Then again validating SSL certificates never was a problem on my side of things.

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby JustAMacUser » 02 Apr 2016, 05:02

sleeper_service wrote:nonoooo ubuntu is all about carefully curated and organized garbage... nothing random to it. ;)


Debian: Ship when ready.

Ubuntu: Let's just ship it twice a year and fix everything later.

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Re: Let's Encrypt

Postby fox » 02 Apr 2016, 08:33

the real joke is the idea of PPAs tbh


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