I had the same problem with a Github enterprise server sitting behind a
netscaler with a wildcard cert.
I took the easy way out to compiling. I installed linuxbrew, set my paths
and then did "brew install git". Problem sidestepped (git works fine now).
I'm not sure how the brew compile is different, but I expect it is. My
guess would be openssl instead of gnutls.
Hope that's helpful.
On Friday, April 11, 2014 12:33:25 PM UTC-7, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen wrote:
> On Thursday, April 3, 2014 4:22:11 PM UTC+2, John Kolen wrote:
>> I've been successfully pushing my rails app to AWS electric beanstalk for
>> several months. Earlier this week, I upgraded my dev box to Ubuntu 14.04.
>> Now, 'git aws.push' fails when trying to push to AWS with the following
>> fatal: unable to access 'https://AKIA...
>> gnutls_handshake() failed: Illegal parameter
>> It's definitely the git operation that's failing as
>> git push -v -f https://AKIA...
>> generates the error. Pushing to my repository on Github does not generate
>> any errors. The error isn't deterministic: occasionally a 'Decrypt error'
>> is thrown instead of the 'Illegal parameter' error.
>> I'm hoping someone has run into this before and there just some
>> configuration and/or recomplie that needs to take place.
>> Thanks in advance!
> Are you pushing to your Github repository successfully over HTTPS or SSH?
> This looks like a related problem/solution:
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