[xmlsec] Certificate verification failure

nitin singh xml_prgrm at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 7 13:54:15 PST 2004

Hello Aleksey,
I have solved the problem, supposedly it was choosing
the right compiler on ARM platform
for openssl. The default platform option
 linux-elf-arm does not work with xmlsec although the
 library compiles and passes all the tests.
Anyways the certificate chain is getting verified now.
--- nitin singh <xml_prgrm at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hello Aleksey,
> Yes, in openssl list, no body seems to have any
> idea. I did take some steps to see what is 
> causing the error.
> I ran 'make test' for openssl, it passed all the
> test. In xmlsec I did not run the 'make check'
> but I did run the example verify3.c, where a
> signature has to be verified against a given 
> X509 cert. As expected it failed, with the same
> errors :( ....
> The only lead which I had was that may be I am not
> compiling openssl with right platform 
> option. My options were...
> ./configure linux-elf-arm --prefix=/usr/local shared
> but make test ran fine....
> my gcc compiler is arm-gcc-3.2.3 was thinking for
> recompliing openssl with linux-arm-gnu (by manually
> changing the configure file) because this is the
> option I use to compile other libraries including
> xmlsec, and everything runs ok but signature
> verification fails.
> Let me check this too, (just been busy with some
> other stuff.)
> I will be grateful if you have any ideas on this.
> Nitin.
> Aleksey Sanin <aleksey at aleksey.com> wrote:
> Hi, Nitin!
> Any progress with this error? I have seen your
> question in openssl
> mailing list but there were not replies.
> BTW, have you tried to run xmlsec regression tests
> ('make check' from
> the top level xmlsec folder) on arm platform? What
> are the results?
> Aleksey
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