SSL Error

jloh

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I've been getting this in my log every time I open Indigo:

NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed

I've been getting this for the past week or so. Is your SSL certificate at TVaddons up to date?
 

jloh

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Forgot to add a little more info:

NOTICE: ADDON: plugin.program.indigo v4.0.12 installed
NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: STARTING Indigo SERVICE

So it starts auto maintenance ok. But if I want to do something else after startup it balks.
 

Shinzin

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It would help a lot if you could post a link to your entire log with this error in it.
There is not enough info to go on
 

jloh

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is the kodi log enough? I can't even open indigo on this new install to get the indigo log uploader. Do you want it here in text form or should I use pastebin or something like that?
 

Shinzin

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yeah the log should be enough.
It will tell what version of kodi you have, what device you are using, and exactly what line was causing the error.
the error is being caused by an address its trying to open in indigo.
From this we can figure out (by duplicating it) what address and why the address is causing the ssl error.
Use the log uploader addon itself to upload to pastebin and post the link here.
 

jloh

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This is a pristine system all I touched was the sources.xml in userdata.
 

Shinzin

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Hmm. your running linux on a pc? if so, which distro?
I;m running mint and not having any issues downloading the Indigo Icons.
your not running linux in a VM are you?
I'm trying to duplicate the error
 

Shinzin

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what change did you make in sources.xml?
I added fusion with the file manager --> add source in kodi
 

Shinzin

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Like this?
Code:
<sources>
    <programs>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
    </programs>
    <video>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
    </video>
    <music>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
    </music>
    <pictures>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
    </pictures>
    <files>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
        <source>
            <name>fusion</name>
            <path pathversion="1">http://fusion.tvaddons.co/</path>
            <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
        </source>
    </files>
    <games>
        <default pathversion="1"></default>
    </games>
</sources>
 

Shinzin

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oh you compiled it. Hmm can you try adding the ppa's to get kodi installed?
maybe something is messed up with the file mapping
 

Shinzin

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Yeah I know but I was hoping that there was a debian lib or something with it in it.
kinda like for raspbian
 

Shinzin

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The only debian buster package I could find is in buster testing.
It only goes up to kodi 17.6
that might be part of the issue is that its not ready for 18.3 yet
I have to admit, I'm not well versed in debian :(
or maybe try from the debian instructions on this page:
hxxps://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/install-kodi-18-on-linux/
 

Shinzin

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yeah if everything worked in 18.2 but the problems started with 18.3, I would say its something with the 18.3 build.
especially since i'm on 18.3 (but Ubuntu) and cant duplicate the error.
it could just be that something glitched during the compile.
If you get time, try re-downloading and compiling it again.