It's a CURL SSL client certificate problem. But because Quercus is
using JSSE for the SSL, we cannot support CURL's way for specifying SSL
certificates. We do want to replace JSSE with Apache HttpClient. But
since Quercus is 100% Caucho code, the question then becomes: "how do we
want to bundle third-party code".
I have filed a bug report and expect to have this issue resolved quickly:
On 1/16/14, 10:00 AM, resin-interest-requ...@caucho.com wrote:
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> Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2014 22:18:06 -0800
> From: Rick Mann <rm...@latencyzero.com>
> Subject: [Resin-interest] PHP iconv?
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> I just updated my WordPress 2.9.2 installation to 3.8. After some difficulty
> (auto upgrade didn't work), it's mostly working, but I'm getting some errors.
> One is this:
>> wp-includes/class-http.php:1163: Warning: CURL option '10065' unknown or
>> RSS Error: The data could not be converted to UTF-8. You MUST have either
>> the iconv or mbstring extension installed. Upgrading to PHP 5.x (which
>> includes iconv) is highly recommended.
> I have resin 4.0.37. Is this really a PHP problem, or my CURL?
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