How fix ssl probléme?

i am in troubleshooting page and would test this capturesatnog3 i notice this msg, how fix easily ?

thank for your help



I don’t see a quick easy fix for that, but there are a couple workarounds. For some reason, the Debian Buster curl has problems, but only on armhf architecture (raspberry pi). The same versions of curl, openssl, and ca-certificates is identical on my x86_64 workstation and armhf, but only the latter fails with curl.

The curl on armhf also fails with the test URL which indicates there is a problem with the client, not the server. See also this, which shows SSL is ok:

So, if you want to use curl, you can add --insecure. Or you can use wget:

curl --insecure



Good luck,



Good afternoon Jeff
I did not know these problems and these solutions. I am almost a beginner in linux (although having several raspy qra including 2 working with Kodi, 1 with pi star and one in test with satnog…hi). I thought the distribution was operational but it’s been a week since I was on it and I have a lot of trouble. It’s a great job but the help could be improved for beginners. error messages are difficult to decode.
Although having 2 * 9 VHF and helix in UHF with the tracking I put in function only a vertical 3 bands and the main concern is that it is difficult to realize if the key sdr really receives something even with SO50 … I’m not even at the weather satellites.
thanks for the help, the second request worked well.

73 Eric


Cool, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask! :slight_smile:

You probably have outdated certificates on the system. Try running sudo update-ca-certificates --fresh and retry.

P.S. Please, open issues on the issue tracker when you encounter bugs. They can easily become overlooked on the forum.


This fixed it for me, thanks!

sudo update-ca-certificates --fresh


I’ve opened an issue about it.