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Old 9th July 2012, 06:46 PM
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Vinagre, VNC and "insecure" SSL cert


I've VNC (with SSL) access to my server. The server certificate has been signed by CA maintained by provider of the server. When I try to connect via TigerVNC it first warns me with

"Hostname (...) does not match any certificate, do you want to continue?"

and then another warning about unknown certificate issuer. If I wish to continue I'm presented with login dialog.

When I try to connect via Vinagre it just hangs. Well, the programs runs and responds to clicks but it just show black window. I've checked in netstat that it's connected to the server. It just does nothing.

I don't like TigerVNC because it doesn't work with clipboard.

What seems to be the problem? Should I fill bug report? On Fedora or Gnome bugzilla? Is this information enough for bug report?

I have updated Fedora 17. I had same problem with Vinagre in Fedora 16.

Thank you.

Last edited by maddaemon; 9th July 2012 at 06:48 PM.
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