[digiKam-users] SSL Handshake Failed - Geolocating images with Open Street Map

Dougie Nisbet dougie at katsura.uk
Wed Oct 6 11:21:59 BST 2021

Thanks. Not sure how to do this but in Debian there seems to be a 
command "update-ca-certificates" which I've run without errors.


On 05/10/2021 23:47, Andrew Goodbody wrote:
> You probably need to update your list of root certificates. On Linux 
> the package is called something like ca-certificates
> https://letsencrypt.org/docs/dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-september-2021/
> Andrew
> On 05/10/2021 20:31, Dougie Nisbet wrote:
>> This seems specific to Open Street Map. It's ok with geonames.org but 
>> this doesn't have much detail beyond country name. I had a look 
>> through the Settings but I can't see anywhere it authenticates.
>> I've gone back to using geosetter in Windows which is ok. When I look 
>> in my settings for geosetter it uses geonames.org too. But in DK with 
>> geonames (non-US) it only gives me the country name and no further 
>> details.
>> On 02/10/2021 20:40, Dougie Nisbet wrote:
>>> I've started getting this error message: SSL Handshake Failed.
>>> I've been using this for so long that I've forgotten if or how I 
>>> configured it, and pretty much take it for granted. I'd be 
>>> astonished if I was out of scope on an AUP. I've found getagging 
>>> with Open Street Map gives more interesting data. Has something 
>>> changed?
>>> Dougie

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