[dev] [surf] Setting up ssl correctly in debian

From: Nick <suckless-dev_AT_njw.me.uk>
Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 10:13:37 +0100

So I recently installed Debian Wheezy.

I'm using the default surf configuration, but when I visit
https://www.google.com I get a "U" for untrusted rather than the
expected "T". Trying with chromium confirms that it should be
recognised as secure. Other websites show the same (untrusted rather
than trusted).

I remember looking a while ago at adding reasons for untrusted,
which newer versions of glib or whatever do expose, but I don't
think I ever did the work.

Is something misconfigured? Does the trusted / untrusted status
thing work for others? I do have the ca-certificates package
installed. This is with the latest git checkout.

Received on Mon May 06 2013 - 11:13:37 CEST

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