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Invalid SSL Certificate for https://yottabuild.org is preventing yotta build from working #744
Running OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite running on Macbook Air
Got the following error when running -> yotta search target "x86-osx-native"
Checking the https://yottabuild.org shows the following error in chrome.
There seems to be an issue with the Certificates for the domains that require network access.
Could this be what is causing the errors in Target and Build commands?
(yotta workspace) ~/Documents/VHS/oshchip/blinky $ wget https://registry.yottabuild.org
The registry has a new cert (since last week), but it's definitely valid and installed correctly. Possibly you have a very old set of root certificates which is being used.
Note that the yottabuild.org root domain redirects, so to test the certificate in your browser you need to load https://registry.yottabuild.org.
Please could you try using the latest master version of yotta, which includes an explicit dependency on the certifi set of root certificates. (Alternatively, running
I've installed and used the latest master version of yotta and I am now able to do yotta builds, targets etc. with no SSL certificate errors!
You can close this issue if you like.
I am guessing that the downloadable OS X yotta.app in the # Using yotta.app section of the http://yottadocs.mbed.com/#installing web page needs to be updated.
Possibly the following certs contained in the OS X Yotta App need updating?