Error validating server certificate for tortoisesvn datingcreative com
Do I have to somehow provide Subversion with a bundle of well-known trusted certificates?Mac Ports includes the port curl-ca-bundle which installs a bundle of certs from Mozilla, and is used by the curl port to be able to access https sites. Certificate information: - Hostname: [name of our server] - Valid: from Mon, GMT until Thu, GMT- Issuer: [name of our server] - Fingerprint: 8a::83:4b:1b:c6:8e:1e:9f:85:ab:86:b0:4a:d1:bb:8e:44(R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? The problem is that, while running a SVN command using the Team City Command Line Runner, I have hit the same error.I'm not sure how to accept the fingerprint permanently for the Team City user? Hello, I am running svnserver using apache and Web DAV using HTTPS. The certificate I have installed is a wildcard certifcate (*.odesk.com) issued by an intermediate CA , Comodo: CN = Comodo Class 3 Security Services CA OU = (c)2002 Comodo Limited OU = Terms and Conditions of use: OU = Comodo Trust Network O = Comodo Limited C = GB whose Root CA is GTE Cyber Trust Global Root CN = GTE Cyber Trust Global Root OU = GTE Cyber Trust Solutions, Inc.
Maybe because I do the command in the same directory. svn2git eventually does fail for me though, but on an unrelated error: Auto packing the repository for optimum performance. If anyone knows of an argument to git that would skip certificate verification, that would be great.
What do I have to do to get Subversion to recognize that the certificate we are using for Mac OS Forge *is* issued by a trusted authority?
I want a solution that does not involve every Mac Ports contributor having to see this message and press "p"; I want a solution that does not involve anyone seeing this message at all.
I don't recall getting this error before with our previous cert.
Using the openssl tool returns the cert as being valid: $ openssl s_client -connect svn.example.com:443 | grep 'return code'depth=2 /C=US/O=Veri Sign, Inc./OU=Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority - G2/OU=(c) 1998 Veri Sign, Inc.