How fix ssl probléme?

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

thank for your help

Eric

Eric,

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 https://helloworld.letsencrypt.org/ which indicates there is a problem with the client, not the server. See also this, which shows SSL is ok:

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=network.satnogs.org&s=94.130.162.100

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

curl --insecure https://network.satnogs.org/api/jobs

Or:

wget https://network.satnogs.org/api/jobs

Good luck,

-Jeff

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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

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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You probably have outdated certificates on the system.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.

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This fixed it for me, thanks!

sudo update-ca-certificates --fresh

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I’ve opened an issue about it.

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