UPdate old install of SLES 10

Hi,

I have old install of SLES 10 and want to update through online
updater. When I try to configure via suse_register there are error :

Execute curl command failed with ‘60’:
curl: (60) SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.
Details:
error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate
verify failed

Date of server is correct.
I try recreate server certificate (via iManager), recreate
YAST_default_CA, but problem still occur.
Which certificate is wrong ?

I have no SMT service installed, I mean that is SLES 10 SP1.

Can you help me ?


vogl

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On 12/01/2012 15:46, vogl wrote:
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I have old install of SLES 10 and want to update through online
updater. When I try to configure via suse_register there are error :

Execute curl command failed with ‘60’:
curl: (60) SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.
Details:
error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate
verify failed

Date of server is correct.
I try recreate server certificate (via iManager), recreate
YAST_default_CA, but problem still occur.
Which certificate is wrong ?

I have no SMT service installed, I mean that is SLES 10 SP1.

Can you help me ?[/color]

See TID 7009935.

HTH.

Simon
Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner


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smflood;2167271 Wrote:[color=blue][color=green]

I have no SMT service installed, I mean that is SLES 10 SP1.

Can you help me ?[/color][/color]

See TID 7009935.

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Source install media has no openssl-certs, I can’t download it from
novell.com. (I’m not authorized)


vogl

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On 12/01/2012 16:26, vogl wrote:
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Source install media has no openssl-certs, I can’t download it from
novell.com. (I’m not authorized)[/color]

Hmm the download is restricted … let me ask Novell.

Simon
Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner


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smflood;2167297 Wrote:[color=blue]

On 12/01/2012 16:26, vogl wrote:
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Source install media has no openssl-certs, I can’t download it from
novell.com. (I’m not authorized)[/color]

Hmm the download is restricted … let me ask Novell.
[/color]

Hmm… this is old system install. Reply from “Submit service requets”
is “There are no valid support entitlements associated with this
account”. Where I can ask ?


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Give Novell a call. Number is located on their website.

–El

vogl;2167829 Wrote:[color=blue]

Hmm… this is old system install. Reply from “Submit service requets”
is “There are no valid support entitlements associated with this
account”. Where I can ask ?[/color]


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Install the openssl-certs package via YaST.
It is included in the installation media.

Tobi


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