Re: [ANNOUNCE] NSS 3.21 Release

2015-12-20 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, hmm, is this some issue just locally for me when compiling this version? [ 98s] gcc -o Linux3.16_x86_64_cc_glibc_PTH_64_OPT.OBJ/install.o -c -fmessage-length=0 -grecord-gcc-switches -O2 -Wall -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fstack-protector -funwind-tables -fasynchronous-unwind-tables -g

Re: NSS 3.14 release

2012-10-26 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, I'm trying to provide that version as an RPM package and also run the testsuite within the build process. With that version the testsuite fails: [ 1202s] chains.sh: #2294: Test that OCSP server is reachable - FAILED [ 1202s] chains.sh: #4023: Test that OCSP server is reachable - FAILED [

Re: NSS DB migration problem

2008-11-20 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, Hans Petter Jansson schrieb: This database only fails to migrate if the target database was not already created by another, successful merge, though. I think you're saying that the failures only occur if the target (cert9) DB doesn't already exist when your program is run, but does

Re: Firefox' password manager with sqlite based NSS

2008-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Wolfgang Rosenauer schrieb: Are you trying to use NSS_InitWithMerge to create a new cert9.DB where none existed before? Yes. NSS_InitWithMerge is used regardless of an existing cert9.db (and even cert8.db). The conversion function uses pretty much what is on https://wiki.mozilla.org

Firefox' password manager with sqlite based NSS

2008-11-18 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, I'm trying to use Firefox with an sqlite based NSS. So far all the certificate stuff still works as expected as far as I can see but the password manager component is broken now: The exposed error is this: Login Manager: Initialization of storage component failed: [Exception... Component

Re: Firefox' password manager with sqlite based NSS

2008-11-18 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Nelson B Bolyard schrieb: Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote, On 2008-11-18 05:38: Hi, I'm trying to use Firefox with an sqlite based NSS. So far all the certificate stuff still works as expected as far as I can see but the password manager component is broken now: The exposed error is this: Login

Re: Firefox' password manager with sqlite based NSS

2008-11-18 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Robert Relyea schrieb: Hmm, now that you say that... It's not much about what I intend to do since I'm just trying to use Firefox ;-) But yeah, it might go wrong before that trace already? http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla/source/toolkit/components/passwordmgr/src/storage-Legacy.js#176 176

Re: NSS 3.12 and system wide installation, e.g. Linux distributions

2008-01-23 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote: Hi, I'm just working on an NSS 3.12pre package. The issue I find is sqlite3 what is called libsqlite3.so and would live in /usr/lib if installed as system library. That would clash with a system installed sqlite3. The solution for newer distributions is to use

NSS 3.12 and system wide installation, e.g. Linux distributions

2008-01-22 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, I'm just working on an NSS 3.12pre package. The issue I find is sqlite3 what is called libsqlite3.so and would live in /usr/lib if installed as system library. That would clash with a system installed sqlite3. The solution for newer distributions is to use a system sqlite as NSS dependency

Re: signtool for JAR signing

2007-02-08 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, Kaspar Brand wrote: signtool -d something -v testy.jar archive testy.jar has passed crypto verification. status path --- This was done using signtool from NSS 3.11.5 on Linux. So I wonder how it could pass the crypto verification?

Re: signtool for JAR signing

2007-02-08 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote: So I wonder how it could pass the crypto verification? What are the contents of testy.jar exactly? Does it include the META-INF subdirectory with manifest.mf and zigbert.{sf,rsa}? Otherwise, the above message is simply what you get when checking an unsigned jar

signtool for JAR signing

2007-02-07 Thread Wolfgang Rosenauer
Hi, I've tried to use signtool to sign xul and js files within a JAR. What I did: signtool -d something -k cert-id -p password content/ [some output} Generating zigbert.sf file.. tree content/ signed successfully Modified a JS file within the content/ tree zip -r testy.jar content/ signtool