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yam update check not working? #671

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MichaelMerkel opened this Issue May 11, 2018 · 4 comments

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MichaelMerkel commented May 11, 2018

Submission type

Bug report

YAM version

2.10-dev 07.04.2018 - bb49b47

Used operating system

AmigaOS4/PPC

Used Amiga system

X1000

Expected behaviour you didn't see

The automatic update check should tell me, that a new version is available. at least when checking manually this should give me an information.

Unexpected behaviour you saw

No new version is found. When checking manually I only get the popup:
Es sind keine Softwareupdates verfügbar. YAM prüft automatisch auf verfügbare Updates.

Steps to reproduce the problem

start (old) yam or press the check for updates menu entry.

thanks and regards...
michael

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javierdlr commented May 28, 2018

Seems problems nightly build server change to Secure mode (httpS) using "https://nightly.yam.ch/" works fine, but "http://nightly.yam.ch/" don't.

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MichaelMerkel commented Nov 1, 2018

just an update:
still not working in latest nightly (from 31.10.2018)
like stated above: "just" an url problem?

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javierdlr commented Nov 3, 2018

At least here using Odyssey v1.23 (amigaos4.1FE upd1) when using https://nightly.yam.ch/ it shows the site very fast (just 1 or 2 seconds), meanwhile using HTTP:// it takes longer to show such page (10 or more seconds).

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javierdlr commented Nov 3, 2018

but not always, sometimes it shows it fast too when using HTTP:// ¿:-/

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