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rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
2016-04-04, 07:46
Post: #1
rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
Firefox 45.0.1 - Your connection is not secure:
[Image: 7935914m.png]
Build failed web - http://dpaste.com/2WQ28TF
Build failed Linux - http://dpaste.com/1P135EQ
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2016-04-04, 18:25
Post: #2
RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-04 07:46)Gelip Wrote:  Firefox 45.0.1 - Your connection is not secure:
[Image: 7935914m.png]
Build failed web - http://dpaste.com/2WQ28TF
Build failed Linux - http://dpaste.com/1P135EQ

Reading your other posts, using rom-o-matic.eu appears to be problematic at best lately. These errors may not even be related rom-o-matic itself. I tried to go to the page and the certificate information is perfect. My guess is your system's date/time settings are off what is expected to read for the certificate it's handing out (or maybe your computer doesn't have the root certificates installed?)
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2016-04-04, 21:01
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RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-04 18:25)mastacontrola Wrote:  My guess is your system's date/time settings are off what is expected to read for the certificate it's handing out (or maybe your computer doesn't have the root certificates installed?)
I do not know what's going on but omitting the issue of a certificate still have build errors in rom-o-matic and Linux.

About a month ago I had no problems with building iPXE on rom-o-matic and on Linux.
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2016-04-05, 10:51 (This post was last modified: 2016-04-05 11:12 by Gelip.)
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RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-04 18:25)mastacontrola Wrote:  I tried to go to the page and the certificate information is perfect.
It is impossible! What operating system and which the browser?

I test site rom-o-matic.eu and certificate information is not perfect:
WinXP SP2 x86, Win10 x86 - latest Google Chrome 49.0.2623.110 m
[Image: 7942143.png]
WinXP SP2 x86, Win10 x86 - latest Firefox 45.0.1
[Image: 7946239.png]
Win10 - IE11 - identification problem
[Image: 7980017.png]
Win10 - IE11 - example perfect connection mozilla.org
[Image: 7974897.png]

Google Chrome says: "The server did not provide information about the certificate"
Firefox says: "The site owner rom-o-matic.eu it incorrectly configured."
Internet Explorer: "Identification problem"
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2016-04-06, 12:11
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RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-05 10:51)Gelip Wrote:  
(2016-04-04 18:25)mastacontrola Wrote:  I tried to go to the page and the certificate information is perfect.
It is impossible! What operating system and which the browser?

I test site rom-o-matic.eu and certificate information is not perfect:
WinXP SP2 x86, Win10 x86 - latest Google Chrome 49.0.2623.110 m
[Image: 7942143.png]
WinXP SP2 x86, Win10 x86 - latest Firefox 45.0.1
[Image: 7946239.png]
Win10 - IE11 - identification problem
[Image: 7980017.png]
Win10 - IE11 - example perfect connection mozilla.org
[Image: 7974897.png]

Google Chrome says: "The server did not provide information about the certificate"
Firefox says: "The site owner rom-o-matic.eu it incorrectly configured."
Internet Explorer: "Identification problem"

http://snag.gy/EyfM0.jpg -- Chrome (Version 49.0.2623.110 m (64-bit))
http://snag.gy/SFpm2.jpg -- Edge (Version 25.10586.0.0 EdgeHTML 13.10586)
http://snag.gy/GgGRo.jpg -- IE (Version 11.161.10586.0 -- Sorry it does handle display a bit different)

The only browser I see as having a problem is Firefox Here's that screen shot.
http://snag.gy/inp6f.jpg -- Firefox (Version 45.0.1)
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2016-04-06, 12:31
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RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
Yes, in Chrome, Edge i IE rom-o-matic.eu display page is OK but the certificate is not signed by a trusted authority.
Scan site:
https://www.digicert.com/help/
https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html
Quote:SSL Certificate is not trusted

The certificate is not signed by a trusted authority (checking against Mozilla's root store). If you bought the certificate from a trusted authority, you probably just need to install one or more Intermediate certificates. Contact your certificate provider for assistance doing this for your server platform.

Web build now fixed - ISO build fail on line 223 #31
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2016-04-06, 12:38
Post: #7
RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-06 12:31)Gelip Wrote:  Yes, in Chrome, Edge i IE rom-o-matic.eu display page is OK but the certificate is not signed by a trusted authority.
Scan site:
https://www.digicert.com/help/
https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html
Quote:SSL Certificate is not trusted

The certificate is not signed by a trusted authority (checking against Mozilla's root store). If you bought the certificate from a trusted authority, you probably just need to install one or more Intermediate certificates. Contact your certificate provider for assistance doing this for your server platform.

Web build now fixed - ISO build fail on line 223 #31

I have no control over what Firefox is using as the "trusted" checker.

I'm also not sure what digicert.com or sslshopper.com are using as their "trusted" checker.

What I see in the three other browsers is the certificate is valid AND trusted server certificate.

It is quite possible one of the intermediary are missing, but if the ONLY browser that seems to report this as "insecure" is firefox, I'm going to lean and say they've got something strange going on with their own set of trusted certificates.
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2016-04-06, 13:05 (This post was last modified: 2016-04-06 13:20 by Gelip.)
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RE: rom-o-matic.eu and Linux build failed
(2016-04-06 12:11)mastacontrola Wrote:  http://snag.gy/EyfM0.jpg -- Chrome (Version 49.0.2623.110 m (64-bit))
http://snag.gy/SFpm2.jpg -- Edge (Version 25.10586.0.0 EdgeHTML 13.10586)
http://snag.gy/GgGRo.jpg -- IE (Version 11.161.10586.0 -- Sorry it does handle display a bit different)

The only browser I see as having a problem is Firefox Here's that screen shot.
http://snag.gy/inp6f.jpg -- Firefox (Version 45.0.1)

Ad. Chrome - please click green padlock icon then Connection Tab, make screenshot and post on forum
Ad. Edge - browser does not show the connection details
Ad. IE - why browser dispalys blue question mark icon [?] and not green like e.g. mozilla.org, paypal.com, mbank.pl etc.
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