i have problem with chromium ...when i try opening website like [URL].. i get a message saying untrusted certificate and if i proceed then it crasehs in no time....it is d problem with www.facebook.com tooo..wat do i do ? what exactly is the problem..?
I am running openSUSE 11.2 with KDE4.5 on my eMachines e525. I just did a "zypper up" on my system and it reported that Chromium was going to be updated. I agreed and the when the update was finished I shut down Chromium and started it again. It flickered on the screen for a moment and crashed. I tried again but it produced the same thing. I logged off and back in and tried Chromium again... same thing. I restarted and tried... same again!
Chromium was running fine , till i enabled GPU Acceleration , Click2Play and tabbed preferences from "about:flags" ... Now every time i start chromium it instantly crashes..
This is the crash report :
----------- .xsession-errors --------------------- [5095:5095:2310863628:ERROR:base/native_library_linux.cc(32)] dlopen failed when trying to open /usr/lib/chromium/libffmpegsumo.so: /usr/lib/chromium/libffmpegsumo.so: cannot open shared object file: [5097:5097:2310891375:ERROR:base/native_library_linux.cc(32)] dlopen failed when trying to open /usr/lib/chromium/libffmpegsumo.so: /usr/lib/chromium
I think i need to disable GPU acceleration to get it running... so i need to disable it from a config file in /home/.config/chromium .
I often use the option in Chromium to create 'application shortcuts'. These are instances of Chromium that make a website look more like an app by not including most of Chromium's toolbars. I use it for gmail and google docs and spreadsheets and calendar. In 11.04 I have set up Desktop launchers and copied them across to the Launcher (what an odd way to add something to the launcher, why no right-click 'add launcher' option?)
The problem is that the launcher thinks all these apps are chromium (which they are really, but I would like them to be seen as separate apps). If I minimize my gmail window, a little triangle appears next to the chromium icon, not the gmail icon. To get the window back, I have to click on the Chromium icon. Clicking on the gmail icon launches a new instance of it (also tied to the Chromium icon).
if i run chromium with --enable-gpu-rendering flag chromium's display looks like it's shattered into thousands of pieces and I can't understand a thing. This doesn't happens if I have a previous instance of chromium opened in the usual way, without any flag. In this case if I open another chromium window with the --enable-gpu-rendering flag it's display looks ok, but I can't figure out what's the problem and how could this be fixed if there's solution for it of course.
I made a shortcut with chromium browser to listen.grooveshark.com. This is great as it's almost like the grooveshark VIP desktop application like this. However AWN dock groups it with other chromium windows like this:Kuvakaappaus.jpg
Is it possible to force AWN to group this specific chromium window under the Grooveshark launcher that I have in the dock? Turning off grouping does not solve this either, as it just shows grooveshark as another chromium window.
Freshly installed Ubuntu 10.10 amd64 on Asus K50IN laptop refuses to show secure HTTPS internet pages, while posting this here is OKay. It says connection timed out. I tried several browsers FireFox Arora Epiphany.
i hav the problem ...n i am having solution for it. ...i searched a lot on forum .but didnt find any proper solution for my problem. problem : " Cannot access some sites on Ubuntu 11.04 specially HTTPS sites. loading of certain sites was really slow" Solution : well. i found no one who could gave me solution that worked. so i studied some linux n here is solution ..ON terminal : sudo pppoeconfthen just follow instructions ...set to default every thing. it will configure all ur net settings on its own.restart ur pc. no need to dial anything. the net will auto dial itself without any problem..just make sure...u do it correctly ..read instructions..
I have my Linux laptop running Katatonic Koala at the moment. It is connected via CAT5 to a switch. The switch then connects to my router. All five of my computers are connected to the switch, actually. The only one that won't talk to any sites other than https secure sites is the Linux box. I am not well-versed in the inner workings of Linux and need some help in what I need to do so that regular http sites work. You guys always have the right anwers so I will wait humbly for your replies.
I can't seem to get lvs to work with https/443. Works fine with port 80 and I found many examples on the net but none seem to work for port 443. Works fine when going directly to the server, just not through lvs. I thought it might be the send/expect statements but have tried various with no go.
A while back, I put a site up under a LAMP setup, and followed a guide from ubuntuforums that I googled to set up SSL encryption for the site.
That site works great, but since then, I've added some other sites to the same LAMP server. They load fine as well, but if I type in https:// before going to the latter sites, the browser attempts to redirect to the first, and warns that it is a fraudulent certificate, and that I'm at risk by going to the site.
Obviously, it isn't an attack site, the certificate is just set up for only one domain. How do I prevent my non-SSL sites from redirecting to the SSL-encrypted site?
I'm running a squid proxy in my ubuntu server, and I must have mess it up with the squid configuration. Users, cannot, access https pages. Can you tell me what to change in my squid.conf, so, to fix this?
Here is my squid.conf (witch is a friends conf, that i have change for my needs...)
A few days ago I installed a new SVN server using ubuntu 10.04 server editiopn at our company and it runs almost flawlessly. Almost that is. The server uses a self-signed certificate so all communications go over https. The strange thing is this. When I run some svn command from my (windows) pc, like update I get asked whether or not I want to accept the certificate. Then I choose "accept permanently" end all goes well. In future command I don't get that question anymore. But when my colleague does the same from his pc, he also gets the same question. Now, when he chooses "accept temporary", all goes smooth. But when he chooses "accept permanently", like I did, he gets an error saying:
RA layer request failed svn: OPTIONS of 'https://path_to_some_repo': Could not read status line: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine.
Of course I googled on this and could find two things: Server settings are wrong there's something wrong with the firmware of the router. The first couldn't almost be the case since it works for me and I followed the manuals. The second one couldn't be it either because when I log in with my account on my colleague's pc, it works. This is also the case when he logs on to my pc. So the problem exists specifically when he is logged in on his own pc. The setup of this machine is exactly the same as mine.
I have installed Dansguardian on my little brothers laptop (using Tinyproxy and Firehol too) and I have it mostly configured the way I like it. The only problem now is that I can't seem to block secure (https://www...) websites, and he knows a few proxies that use secure domains. I was wondering if anyone has been able to make Dansguardian block these websites or is it just not doable?
This started yesterday. I haven't made any recent changes. I can't access any pages beginning with https. It's just my computer because my girlfriend's laptop doesn't have any issues. I'm using OpenDNS, but I have been for a long time and this is the first time this has ever happened. I'm not using a router, I connect straight to the modem, which I've already reset.