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bots based on the koma library

In the command line, add -h or --help for help.

For security, only tokens are used. You can login to and use the developer tools of the browser to copy the parameter access_token in requests. Pass the access token using a environment variable named TOKEN.


TLS certificates

If you get strange certificate issues, such as: Unexpected error: the trustAnchors parameter must be non-empty

A possible cause is that the Java Keystore is not correctly set up. Check the type of the cert file, on some Linux systems, the path is /etc/ssl/certs/java/cacerts, the type should be Java KeyStore. On hosts where I got the error, the type is just data. The cause of this probalem may be that the script used to update the certificates has not run correctly. On Debian, the script is /etc/ca-certificates/update.d/jks-keystore, which is provided by the ca-certificates-java package, and depends on Java to run. The stretch(stable) version of the script, 20170531, does not support Java Runtime 11. If you have only Java 11 installed, which is available in stretch-backports, you get the problem. The solution is to install ca-certificates-java from testing or unstable, which is 20180516 as of now, and does update the keystore correctly.


Bots based on the koma library



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