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
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
Tel: +32 472 54 46 59
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