Everything was fine until I've upgraded gnutls package (also: Wine package, in the same time), today. Now, when I'm trying to use my chrooted application via Wine, I get:
GnuTLS error: The Diffie-Hellman prime sent by the server is not acceptable (not long enough)
I kind of know what does that mean but the application maker doesn't care about Linux so reporting incompatibility would be a waste of time - what can I do to set GnuTLS behavior to accapt all the prime lenghts?
Edit: for now, I've downgraded GnuTLS for my chroot and left the newest version on my base system but I really enjoy having cutting edge solutions on the run. I've googled that I've to set nutls-min-prime-bits but coudn't find two things: what are defaults and actually WHERE can I change it... there is no config file for GnuTLS in my /etc/...
Last edited by smsware (2013-02-11 18:51:00)
Seriously, noone knows how to change nutls-min-prime attribute of GnuTLS? On GnuTLS-related sites I can only find WHAT to change, can't find HOW to change that...
Last edited by smsware (2013-02-07 13:38:18)
Same here. Downgraded to 3.1.6 in the meantime
Last edited by boast (2013-02-08 20:20:01)
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3.1.8 fixes everything it would seem.