Sorry, that was a typo (corrected it). Of course I meant HTTPS sites.OSIAS wrote:I can browse HHTP sites just fine its HTTPS as I said and, um that's great that it works for you any suggestions on how to fix me?
There's a typo in there. It's ca-certificates:EMJB wrote:I get similar problems with HTTPS sites, but get "E: Unable to locate package ca-certificate" error when I try the above.DougieLawson wrote:sudo apt-get install --reinstall ca-certificate ca-certificates-java
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sudo apt-get install --reinstall ca-certificates ca-certificates-java
Can you give us an example link?OSIAS wrote:Negative -- Did not resolve the issue..
Well maybe it appears I can browse some HTTPS sites. its just certain ones appear to not be working. I know flash doesn't work in any rasp pi browser but are there any other languages or site concerns I should know about?
I still get the error SSL Handshake Failed and that's what made me think it was a HTTPS issue. Perhaps its something else not sure what.
Thanks in advance
calomel.org seams to insist on TLS 1.2. I cannot connect to it from my Desktop using Opera 12 (Firefox and Google Chrome do work).jake_rpi wrote:I have a new raspberry pi2. I tried https://https://calomel.org/ as provided by glenndavis, and that site returned the same error provided.
I found this post looking for help with logging in/downloading from The Pi Store app on my rpi2. I am using the raspbian distribution from the official website. I tried sudo apt-get install --reinstall ca-certificates ca-certificates-java - but that did not work.
When I go into to The Pi Store app on the rpi2, and click the red log-in link. The browser loads to 100%, but it just shows a blank page. If I try downloading an app from the Pi Store app without logging in, nothing happens. I tried downloading the app using the 'Open in New Window' option (right-click), that brings me to the regular browser and I can see the SSL Handshake failed error.
I tried removing and reinstalling the pistore package, but that didn't work. When I go to the official website and try to log in from there, I get the same SSL Handshake failed error. I know the answer is out there, I must be missing some packages.
Same problem as above (TLS 1.2)welshmark wrote:I'm having the exact same problem. Did anyone find an answer? here is another exapmple of a site that won't work.