I am trying to send a cURL request to a server with an IP address x.x.x.x . It is a part of an health monitoring system. On the server I have configured virtual hosts for subdomain.example.com on both port 80 and 443.
I am using the curl version 7.21.0. When I try the curl command from command like, things works fine for the http sites. But when I try https I get certificate error. I have source compiled curl with latest OpenSSL. I have also tried downloading the latest certificate bundle. With the same version of curl, same version of openssl with same certificate file I can get it work on the linux.
Our existing system (ubuntu server) uses curl to connect to another remote server over https. From any browser connection works and we get a response. I opened the port 443 to make sure that it is not being blocked by the firewall.
For testing, I used the curl command via the terminal and received the error "curl: (60) SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.
Having a weird error here. I configured rtorrent+rutorrent on apache according to the various articles in the wiki. Everything works fine and as it should with the exception of one plugin, rss. It spits out this error at me. rss: Some functionality will be unavailable.
I'm currently using RedHat Enterprise 6. Git had issues cloning Github repos using HTTPS. After some investigation (e.g. enabling GIT_CURL_VERBOSE and GIT_TRACE) the problem was narrowed to a certificate validation issue, which was solved updating the certificate DB, i.e.: