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Jan
9
comment simple rsync in crontab without password
With the "from=" restriction, is there an ability to restrict to any ip in a particular range? i.e. 196.168.1.1 - 196.168.1.255
Dec
27
comment Update 9.3.x minor verison of postgres on Ubuntu 12.04?
What is the reason for "dist-upgrade" instead of "upgrade"? Does "dist-upgrade" update all packages that need to be updated? Can I specify just postgres be upgraded?
Dec
27
comment Update 9.3.x minor verison of postgres on Ubuntu 12.04?
sudo apt-get install postgresql-9.3 sudo apt-get install postgresql-contrib-9.3
Dec
5
comment How to auto mount 2nd drive on boot in Windows Azure on linux?
Apparently /dev/sdb1 was being mapped to /mnt so I need to add 2 entries instead of one. i.e. /dev/sdb1 --> /mnt and then /dev/sdc1 --> /mnt/db_data. Note: I did use UUID's for both.
May
15
comment How to Grant IIS 7.5 access to a certificate in certificate store?
@RobertKoritnik: I answered your question on Stackoverflow. Though not sure if it'll work in your situation as I haven't tried it. stackoverflow.com/questions/10580326/…
Apr
18
comment nginx rewrite url to lowercase url
Yeah, I'm trying to make it easier for dev's in how they currently work and having to not rename a bunch of files and directories. Basically a uri of /Home to do a permanent redirect to /home, but have the /home match the physical /Home directory? Make sense? Kind of stupid, but going for SEO and moving from MSFT website to Linux. From what you've provided (I'll double check) it looks like uri of /home will not match the physical dir /Home
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, 1) VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary CA: Valid 1996 to 2028. 2) Thawte SGC CA: Valid 2004 to 2015. 3) mymobilewebsite.com: Valid 2010 to 2013.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, yes. Even the GeoTrust checker says all chains are installed correctly and are not expired. knowledge.geotrust.com/support/knowledge-base/…
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, I've also tried sslshopper.com/index.php?q=ssl-checker.html and it also says everything is ok for the cert and the cert chain.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, I've ran the "DigiCert Certificate Utility" and it came back with "The private key was successfully tested" and "Revocation check for certificate chain was successful". It did not find any errors.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, the link to the digicert certificate tester came back with all green check marks. Everything is valid and a "chain" image was displayed as well between the website cert and root.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris S, Ok. We've found through testing (only with Windows Mobile) that if we disable 3G and go through WiFi it will connect to the website just fine. The kicker is that when we switch off WiFi and go back to 3G the website works. Again this is only for Windows Mobile.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
Ok. We've found through testing (only with Windows Mobile) that if we disable 3G and go through WiFi it will connect to the website just fine. The kicker is that when we switch off WiFi and go back to 3G the website works. Again this is only for Windows Mobile.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
All the mobile browsers that don't work (Windows Mobile and BlackBerry) do not even display the site. All they display is the error messages indicated in the initial question. I cannot see what they see for a certificate path or certificates. There are no issues with Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7, or if they install Opera/FireFox mobile.
Mar
24
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
@Chris-S, I would assume so. All 3 certificates are valid and the Identity of the website has been verified. Is there another way to tell that I'm missing?
Mar
23
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
Certificate path is as follows: 1) VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary CA 2) Thawte SGC CA 3) mymobilewebsite.com
Mar
23
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
Certificate path is as follows: 1) VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary CA 2) Thawte SGC CA 3) mymobilewebsite.com
Mar
23
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
Does Opera mini use their own root and intermediate certificate chains then? Because the Opera mini browser works on the devices that don't work with their default browser. Certificates we have issue with are both Thawte and GeoTrust. Thawte is our primary cert.
Mar
23
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
Does Opera mini use their own root certificate chains then? Because the Opera mini browser works on the devices that don't work with their default browser. Certificates we have issue with are both Thawte and GeoTrust. Thawte is our primary cert.
Mar
23
comment SSL issues on a mobile website
We have several different SSL protected websites using 2 different vendors. Certificates from both, Thawte and GeoTrust, cause the same errors. It would seem weird that a Thawte certificate would cause this error, but I'm not sure...