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    Default Login screen certificate not authentic

    Since the login screen was changed yesterday I keep getting certificate inauthenticity messages.
    Last edited by john_hudson; 29-Oct-2009 at 02:08. Reason: Typo

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    On Thu, 29 Oct 2009 09:16:01 +0000, john hudson wrote:

    > Since the login screen was changed yesterday I keep getting certificate
    > inauthenticity messages.


    I've not observed this myself - has anyone else seen it?

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    Default Re: Login screen certificate not authentic

    Quote Originally Posted by hendersj View Post
    I've not observed this myself - has anyone else seen it?

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    I noticed some unusual behavior. I didn't get in automatically anymore, i have to login manually (with opera). Same thing happened today.

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    Default Re: Solved: Login screen certificate not authentic

    Problem has disappeared this morning. Just lasted for about 36 hours.

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    On Fri, 30 Oct 2009 07:46:01 +0000, john hudson wrote:

    > Problem has disappeared this morning. Just lasted for about 36 hours.


    Good to know, someone must've fixed it overnight. :-)

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    Bad news: it has returned this evening after disappearing this morning.

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    On Fri, 30 Oct 2009 20:06:01 +0000, john hudson wrote:

    > Bad news: it has returned this evening after disappearing this morning.


    Very odd, I wonder if it's a certificate on one server in a cluster
    that's causing a problem.

    I'll play around a bit and see if I can reproduce - if you see it again,
    can you take a screenshot of it and make it available somewhere for me to
    see?

    I'll pass it along to those who handle the servers if I'm able to get it
    reproduced or if you (or anyone) can give me a screenshot showing the
    problem. That'll make it easier to get it looked at.

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    It has disappeared again this morning but I will do as you say if it appears again.

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    Default Re: Login screen certificate not authentic

    It reappeared as I logged out but has not reappeared as I have logged in to add the screenshot which is at Logout certificate authenticity - openSUSE Forums

    It is obviously a different screen from the one where I do not get the problem.

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