#4614 (Bug) Automatic update with zero install fails

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Automatic update using Zero Install on Ubuntu 14.04. does not work.

Error message when downloading files:

"Error downloading https://displaycal.net/download.php?version=3.1.7.0&suffix=.tar.gz: <urlopen error [Errno 1] _ssl.c:510: error:14077438:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert internal error>"

Updating the file list does work.

System info: Linux apollo 3.13.0-96-generic #143-Ubuntu SMP Mon Aug 29 20:15:20 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Nothing useful in the logs, which btw are located in /home/<username>/.local/share/dispcalGUI/logs

DisplayCAL-apply-profiles.log:

016-10-17 19:18:19,040 ================================================================================
2016-10-17 19:18:19,101 Lade Kalibrierungskurven des aktuellen Anzeigegeräteprofils...
2016-10-17 19:18:19,111 Anzeigegeräte- und Messgeräte-Erkennung...
2016-10-17 19:18:19,111 /home/ojo/Downloads/Argyll_V1.8.3/bin
2016-10-17 19:18:19,156 Argyll CMS 1.8.3
2016-10-17 19:18:19,157 ...ok.
2016-10-17 19:18:19,173 /home/ojo/.cache/0install.net/implementations/sha1new=154168e038c1ebf9669dabd714ba84320db53eb9/DisplayCAL/colord.py:85: Warning: property match 'OutputEdidMd5'='269feba2e2873937d0ef34a8b3f5f139' does not exist
2016-10-17 19:18:19,180 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2016-10-17 19:18:19,180 Befehlszeile:
2016-10-17 19:18:19,180 dispwin
2016-10-17 19:18:19,180 -v
2016-10-17 19:18:19,181 -d1
2016-10-17 19:18:19,181 -L
2016-10-17 19:18:19,181
2016-10-17 19:18:19,305 About to open dispwin object on the display
2016-10-17 19:18:19,305 About to set display to given calibration
2016-10-17 19:18:19,305 Calibration set
2016-10-17 19:18:19,305 About to destroy dispwin object

Zero Install screenshot attached.

Regards,

Oliver

 

 

 

 


zeroinstall-screenshot (image/png | 2016-10-17 21:33:24)


2 thoughts on “Automatic update with zero install fails”

  1. This seems to affect the Python version of 0install due to a possible problem incompatibility in Python’s SSL module. I’ve changed the download links in the 0install feeds back to use HTTP. Please try again, but you’ll have to refresh the feeds first (“Alle nun aktualisieren”).

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