On 10/18/2016 02:30 PM, Uwe Brauer wrote:
Hi

This is very odd.

A colleague of mine has the following
.hgrc file in his home directory (Ubuntu 14.04)



[hostfingerprints]
bitbucket.org = 3f:d3:c5:17:23:3c:cd:f5:2d:17:76:06:93:7e:ee:97:42:21:14:aa


However when he wants to clone a repository he obtains

abort: certificate for bitbucket.org has
unexpected fingerprint 
65:5c:7c:e1:b4:23:f0:2b:0f:68:21:28:5b:ef:9b:5b:63:ed:ca:19
(check hostfingerprint configuration)

He has no other .hgrc file so I don't understand that message.

If anybody had made similar experience and knew the solution, I highly
would appreciate it.

Modern Python and Mercurial has proper support for system CAs. There is thus no longer much need for hostfingerprints ... unless you want to be really secure and manage trust manually and update your configuration when sites renew their certificate.

Just remove that entry and you should be fine.

/Mads
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