Bug with creating a CA Certificate in 1.0.beta12

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  • #41696

    securenet
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    I am Unable to see Certificate in 1.0.beta12 after I change from the default.
    The screen displays no information.
    This seems to be a bug in the interface.

    #48154

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Could you post further details. I am not able to reproduce the issue.

    Thanks
    Fulvio

    #48155

    securenet
    Member

    There is not a whole lot more I can say.

    Location: SECURITY / X.509 CA / Setup

    If I try to create a new Certificate, the certificate gets created but it is not visitable

    If I import my existing Certificate it is fine, but when I press the “Generate” button a new Certificate is created, but it is not Visible.

    Zeroshell is running on a net5501-70 / 500 Mhz / 512 MB.
    It is installed on a 2GB SanDisk II.

    #48156

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Sorry, I am not able to reproduce this issue. I think you have some problem in your setup. You should debug by yourself.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #48157

    securenet
    Member

    I re-imaged the SanDisk II and created a new profile.
    Immediately after creating the new profile I tired to create a new Certificate and the screen blanked after I pressed the Generate button.

    There are no error messages displayed on the log and I do not know enough about Linux to go any deeper that that.

    #48158

    yum
    Member

    If I were you, I’d use different hardware to make sure that this issue is software related. Can you reproduce this error on some test PC?

    #48159

    securenet
    Member

    I am in the process of ordering a Dell PowerEdge to be used as a Router to handle the demands of Audio & Video Streaming, so I will try it then.

    But, even it that works fine, it is not a viable solution for me and the locations I plan to use Zeroshell at a Network Solution.

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