libera/#devuan/ Tuesday, 2019-06-11

xkr47I have a Devuan laptop I haven't been able to use for a while and now I get on `apt-get update`:21:46
xkr47W: Failed to fetch  server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none21:46
xkr47and many similar21:46
xkr47can I just copy a new version of that file from any other computer with any distro?21:47
xkr47or is there some "right way" to do this?21:47
slvrapt has package signing, so you could set it to use http or ftp instead of https, perhaps.21:48
slvror choose a mirror with a good certificate.21:48
xkr47my guess was that the certs have been updated on the servers and my local trust store or what it is called is just outdated21:49
slvrI am using, but https seems to work fine on it as well.21:49
slvrno, the cert is expired. Your machine is fine.21:49
slvrThe certificate expired on January 22, 2019, 1:05 PM.21:50
xkr47was the auto.mirror some old one? or is this a bug that should get fixed?21:50
slvrWhoever runs should fix that...21:50
xkr47ok great, thanks21:50
onefangEvilham: ^^^21:54
xkr47W: Failed to fetch  HttpError40421:54
xkr47meh :)21:54
jelly says ipv4 address has an old cert, and ipv6 does not even reply at all21:54
Hurgotronjelly: confirmed. not so nice22:01
jellysomeone forgot to set up a cron job for LetsEncrypt22:02
Hurgotronhaven't seen "grade T" yet at SSLLabs :)22:02
jellyyou can get that with a self-signed22:03
jellyif you know it's yours you can trust it, and the test states which grade it would get if you chose to trust it22:04
KatolaZxkr47: jessie-updates has been decommissioned22:06
KatolaZsince long22:06
xkr47yeah my laptop has been sleeping with devuan for a while :D22:34
EvilhamNot me about auto.mirror.d.o22:53

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