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Offline costa

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openssl (1.1.1?)
« on: October 24, 2023, 05:15:10 AM »
Hi, I'm experiencing:

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$ tce-load -wi curl
curl.tcz.dep OK
ca-certificates.tcz.dep OK
Downloading: openssl-1.1.1.tcz
Connecting to repo.tinycorelinux.net (128.127.66.77:80)
saving to 'openssl-1.1.1.tcz'
openssl-1.1.1.tcz    100% |**************************************************************************************************************| 1820k  0:00:00 ETA
'openssl-1.1.1.tcz' saved
openssl-1.1.1.tcz: FAILED
md5sum: WARNING: 1 of 1 computed checksums did NOT match
Error on openssl-1.1.1.tcz

And here's my workaround:

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$ wget http://repo.tinycorelinux.net/14.x/x86_64/tcz/curl.tcz
Connecting to repo.tinycorelinux.net (128.127.66.77:80)
saving to 'curl.tcz'
curl.tcz             100% |**************************************************************************************************************|  284k  0:00:00 ETA
'curl.tcz' saved

$ tce-load -i curl.tcz
curl.tcz: OK

Any further help will be appreciated.

If there's a topic on the issue open already — the search functionality of this forum is from the 19th century — I'll appreciate a redirect.

    [EDIT]: Replaced  tt  tags with  code  tags.  Rich
« Last Edit: October 24, 2023, 09:02:59 AM by Rich »

Offline Juanito

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Re: openssl (1.1.1?)
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2023, 08:31:38 AM »
You don't mention which version or architecture of tinycore you're using - I checked 14.x x86 and x86_64 and the checksums are good.

Perhaps your download was corrupted - you could delete openssl-1.1.1.tcz and openssl-1.1.1.tcz.mdt.txt and try again.

Note that your workaround needs to download curl.tcz, curl.tcz.dep and curl.tcz.md5.txt.

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Re: openssl (1.1.1?)
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2023, 09:00:48 AM »
Hi costa
Welcome to the forum.

Please use  Code Tags  when posting commands and responses seen in a terminal. To use  Code Tags  click on the  #  icon
above the reply box and paste your text between the  Code Tags  as shown in this example:

Quote
[code][   36.176529] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supply 'AVDD': -517
[   36.176536] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supplies: -517
[   36.191753] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supply 'AVDD': -517[/code]

It will appear like this in your post:
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[   36.176529] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supply 'AVDD': -517
[   36.176536] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supplies: -517
[   36.191753] pcm512x 1-004d: Failed to get supply 'AVDD': -517

Code Tags  serve as visual markers between what you are trying to say and the information you are posting. They also preserve
spacing so column aligned data displays properly. Code tags also automatically add horizontal and or vertical scrollbars
to accommodate long lines and listings.

Offline CardealRusso

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Re: openssl (1.1.1?)
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2023, 03:02:51 PM »
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$ wget ... /curl
I agreed to live with busybox's wget, which simply works. Is it really necessary to use curl?

I also had to learn to remember to use --no-check-certificate to avoid the ca-certificates extension

Offline jazzbiker

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Re: openssl (1.1.1?)
« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2023, 05:08:40 PM »
I agreed to live with busybox's wget, which simply works. Is it really necessary to use curl?

If I am not mistaken not long ago busybox wget was not able to deal with SSL. Once again, I may be wrong, but as far as I know libcurl deals with near any protocol used in the net. In fact curl utility is the CLI wrapper for libcurl.

I also had to learn to remember to use --no-check-certificate to avoid the ca-certificates extension

Nice approach is used by gemini protocol. In the same way @curaga was dealing with certificates in his fifth browser. Sadly after TC10 it is out of use :-( Does some browser exist which works in the same way? Of course Google now is juggling its certificates, which can be boring.