On 2018-03-12 21:26, Otto Domínguez wrote:
> I have installed Tryton 4.6 on Debian 9 with packages from debian.tryton.org, 
> having previously installed openssl and postgresql packages.
> I am able to connect from Linux and Windows clients to it, but then I decided 
> to activate SSL, uncommenting the snakeoil entries in trytond.conf and 
> restarting the trytond-server. Connection always fails. Because I am 
> currently testing, I deleted the whole .config/tryton/4.6/known_hosts even if 
> it is not recommended practice, this did not help either.
> Just for the sake of testing, I uninstalled 4.6 and installed 4.2 from Debian 
> 9 repository. This worked flawlessly, with and without SSL. Thing is this did 
> not help much because Debian's 4.2 is still python2 based while 4.6 from 
> debian.tryton.org is python3.
> I have searched the forum but found no hints to follow. Please give me some 
> advice.

Since 4.4 version (issue6270), the client validate the certificate. By
default, it uses the system CA or the one configured.
I guess your snakeoil certificate is not a valid certificate. You should
see this in the log of the client.

Cédric Krier - B2CK SPRL
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