[ArchLinux] ca-certificates problem "Make sure you have ca-certificates installed and that the time is set correctly" #6

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guisacouto opened this Issue May 30, 2012 · 3 comments

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@guisacouto

While trying to sue rpi-update for the first time I also had this problem.
I did had ca-certificates installed and the date was right, but found a solution.

At least in archlinux (it might work in debian too), if you get this error and your date are ok, and have ca-certificates installed, do with root privileges:
[code] update-ca-certificates --fresh[/code]

When you have time had this to the readme Hexxeh.

Tks for your work:)

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@Hexxeh
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Hexxeh commented May 30, 2012

Frankly, this should be done by default in the Arch image, any any Pi image, really.

This stuff comes preinstalled as standard on any modern distro...

@guisacouto

I think ca-certificates comes installed. but the certificates weren't updated (probably generated with wront time or something..) or generated.

If it should or not come by default, I think that's more specific to the distro. Arch isn't supposed to come with anything, you're supposed to go get what you want.

@Hexxeh Hexxeh closed this Jun 9, 2012
@dpanaben

after the ca refresh, you need reboot.....

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