I'm trying to get my Pelican blog working. It uses lftp to transfer the actual blog to ones server, but I always get an error:
mirror: Fatal error: Certificate verification: subjectAltName does not match ‘blogname.com’
I think lftp is checking the SSL and the quick setup of Pelican just forgot to include that I don't have SSL on my FTP.
This is the code in Pelican's Makefile:
ftp_upload: $(OUTPUTDIR)/index.html lftp ftp://$(FTP_USER)@$(FTP_HOST) -e "mirror -R $(OUTPUTDIR) $(FTP_TARGET_DIR) ; quit"
which renders in terminal as:
lftp ftp://email@example.com -e "mirror -R /Volumes/HD/Users/me/Test/output /myblog_directory ; quit"
What I managed so far is, denying the SSL check by changing the Makefile to:
lftp ftp://$(FTP_USER)@$(FTP_HOST) -e "set ftp:ssl-allow no" "mirror -R $(OUTPUTDIR) $(FTP_TARGET_DIR) ; quit"
Due to my incorrect implementation I get logged in correctly (
lftp firstname.lastname@example.org:~>) but the one line feature doesn't work anymore and I have to enter the mirror command by hand:
mirror -R /Volumes/HD/Users/me/Test/output/ /myblog_directory
This works without an error and timeout. The question is how to do this with a one liner.
In addition I tried:
set ssl:verify-certificate/ftp.myblog.com no
This trick to disable certificate verification in lftp:
$ cat ~/.lftp/rc set ssl:verify-certificate no
However, it seems there is no "rc" folder in my lftp directory - so this prompt has no chance to work.
~/.lftprcis a file