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npagonis73 17 May 2020 21:28

Twittamiga help
 
Hi there.

Anybody uses this program to tell me what I am doing wrong? I have the 2 following issues with the last version on aminet:

1) SSLROOT requester as soon as the program starts. I gave the AMISSL path but I think is wrong.
2) it seems that the app doesn’t see the internet on my amiga. At the bottom left of the GUI it says that twitter cannot connect.

Anybody some help?

James 18 May 2020 16:09

The SSLROOT assign comes from OpenSSL found here:

http://amiga.sourceforge.net/OpenSSL/#dls

npagonis73 19 May 2020 22:16

Thanks I will download and install it and see if it does the trick.

npagonis73 20 May 2020 00:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 1400724)
The SSLROOT assign comes from OpenSSL found here:

http://amiga.sourceforge.net/OpenSSL/#dls

Looking a bit more into it, OpenSSL is part of AMISSL which is already installed to my system and is inside AMISSL folder. Giving this path to Twittamiga for the SSLROOT doesn’t solve the problem unless I am doing smg wrong

npagonis73 23 May 2020 01:47

Nobody is using this app or this app doesn’t work?

dschallock 23 May 2020 08:21

I was just about to post asking this exact question. I have the latest AmiSSL installed but obviously it didn't create a SSLROOT volume.
Is there an assign missing?

James 23 May 2020 12:33

I don't have a Twitter account, so can't test this for myself...

Quote:

Originally Posted by npagonis73 (Post 1401141)
Looking a bit more into it, OpenSSL is part of AMISSL which is already installed to my system and is inside AMISSL folder. Giving this path to Twittamiga for the SSLROOT doesn’t solve the problem unless I am doing smg wrong

Different versions of OpenSSL may or may not work differently.
Even if it does work the assigns are more complicated than pointing SSLROOT: to a directory. Have you tried this:

Assign >NIL: SSLROOT: "SYS:Internet/AmiSSL"
Assign >NIL: SSLCERTS: SSLROOT:certs
Assign >NIL: SSLPRIVATE: SSLROOT:private
PATH SSLROOT: ADD

Quote:

Originally Posted by dschallock (Post 1401924)
I was just about to post asking this exact question. I have the latest AmiSSL installed but obviously it didn't create a SSLROOT volume.
Is there an assign missing?

TwittAmiga 4.3 lists AmiSSL 3.6 not the latest version. It is recommended to install all versions of AmiSSL to support older software.

npagonis73 23 May 2020 12:42

Thanks for the answer. I will do the assigns and try. I have all AMISSL installed to the latest 4.5. Let’s see

Thanks


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npagonis73 23 May 2020 14:34

So I tried it and added the assigns and the add command in my startup-sequence. Rebooted and assigns were made fine. Unfortunately still the app can’t connect to Twitter. No SSLROOT requester of course since we have the assigns.

Very strange app that can’t see the tcp/ip stack or AMISSL and obviously nobody uses it if there is no answer on how to fix it. No wonder no one is using it!!

dschallock 23 May 2020 18:04

James, even though we don’t have the solution yet that was a great response and I appreciate it.
I when I ran snoopdos while trying to load twittamiga I noticed it was trying to launch OpenSSL.cnf
Amissl has OpenSSL in its directory but I can’t see a openssl.cnf in any of the amissl sub directories. Not sure if that helps solve this mystery but I thought I would contribute my findings.

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 1401942)
I don't have a Twitter account, so can't test this for myself...



Different versions of OpenSSL may or may not work differently.
Even if it does work the assigns are more complicated than pointing SSLROOT: to a directory. Have you tried this:

Assign >NIL: SSLROOT: "SYS:Internet/AmiSSL"
Assign >NIL: SSLCERTS: SSLROOT:certs
Assign >NIL: SSLPRIVATE: SSLROOT:private
PATH SSLROOT: ADD



TwittAmiga 4.3 lists AmiSSL 3.6 not the latest version. It is recommended to install all versions of AmiSSL to support older software.


npagonis73 23 May 2020 20:24

James I don’t think you need a twitter account to test it. When opening the app it should connect to generic twitter anyway. It says in the notes that the account details could be empty.
The app doesn’t connect anywhere at all.


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dschallock 24 May 2020 05:39

I rolled back my install of AmiSSL to 3.6 and typed all the below assigns and whatnot, and I still cant seem to get it to connect. Is anyone running this currently and can confirm its working?
Thanks,
Dan

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 1401942)
I don't have a Twitter account, so can't test this for myself...



Different versions of OpenSSL may or may not work differently.
Even if it does work the assigns are more complicated than pointing SSLROOT: to a directory. Have you tried this:

Assign >NIL: SSLROOT: "SYS:Internet/AmiSSL"
Assign >NIL: SSLCERTS: SSLROOT:certs
Assign >NIL: SSLPRIVATE: SSLROOT:private
PATH SSLROOT: ADD



TwittAmiga 4.3 lists AmiSSL 3.6 not the latest version. It is recommended to install all versions of AmiSSL to support older software.


torsti76 24 May 2020 10:31

Did you try to get behind what's going on as the Q&A in the readme says? It suggests starting it from a shell like this:

stack 102400
twittamiga debug

ciVic 24 May 2020 11:51

I'm sorry that I did not see this thread before. Twitter changed their SSL so that twittAmiga cannot connect anymore. Unfortunately, I’m unable to link a current version of AmiSSL with cURL (required for the connection) and thus I cannot provide an update. In this forum there is a thread about GCC 6.2 where I try to solve that problem and I was also in contact with Chris Young, who is also unable to compile it with something newer than gcc 3.4.

npagonis73 24 May 2020 14:25

Thanks for the update. Does that mean that there will be an update in the future or not;

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ciVic 24 May 2020 17:41

Hard to say. It depends on the availability of a cURL with AmiSSL. If yes sure and I check that regularly.

npagonis73 24 May 2020 18:46

Thanks a lot Civic for the updates.

Take care


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