It seems to indeed have been a configuration problem. I've logged a report for
the record - see below. Thanks very much, Trevor
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Objet : [ netsurf-Bugs-3005502 ] Certificate verification query
Bugs item #3005502, was opened at 2010-05-21 21:54
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Summary: Certificate verification query
ver. r10552 (16 May 2010 16:15) running on a rev.C4 BeagleBoard
As described on the mailing list:
As suggested by John-Mark Bell, this *does* appear to be a configuration problem.
To get https: to work I did the following:
- Deleted Boot:Choices:WWW.Netsurf
- Loaded NetSurf
- Under Configuration, click 'Set' on any setting (in fact, I've not tried
*all* but am now satisfied that it's not just a case of, e.g. changing the cache
size, as I found at first.
- Quit and reload
I'm happy to have a look at the sources but as I'm still getting things up and
running and don't exactly have adequate programming experience, it'll be a while
before I do.
Thanks for the continuing enthusiasm with NetSurf - I hope there's some way to
keep the RO front end up to date in the longer term.
Trevor JOHNSON trevor.johnson(a)laposte.net
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