'SSL peer presented an invalid certificate' error received | running on ARM-ubuntu-11.10

Roy Samuel (RBEI/ECG4) Roy.Samuel at in.bosch.com
Mon Jun 11 05:33:33 EDT 2012

Hi all,

I am using libpurple (package-  1:2.10.0-0ubuntu2) for developing a chat application. Everything works fine on x86 processor (Desktop - Ubuntu 11.10)

However, the same chat application (after cross-compilation) when run on the ARM (iMx Freescale based on Ubuntu 11.10) processor shows error:

"SSL peer presented an invalid certificate", while logging in.


All the packages seems to be present for the ARM target just like in the x86 machine. (including gnutls dev package, as mentioned in FAQ http://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/Installing%20Pidgin#IhaveOpenSSLwhyisntPidginusingit).


I have installed the ca-certificates package (updated it to the newest one in the Ubuntu repository for Ubuntu 11.10), using:

 'apt-get install ca-certificates'.


Also tried copying the contents of "~/.purple/certificates/x509/tls_peers/", from the properly working x86 machine to the target system.

The SSL error still persists after these.

Any help in resolving this issue would be highly appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,


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