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[pages] ssl error in safari (iPad)

Philipp Häusele
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Thank you for making this service, unfortunatly I have an issue with my
site at (https://phi1_h.srht.site/posts/uebersicht-antraege/). If I try
to load it on my iPad (both safari and chrome) I get an ssl certificate
error("Can't establish a secure connection to this server"). Is there
anything I can do to help/solve this issue?

Thanks for your help and time,

Kind regards,

Philipp
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On Fri Apr 2, 2021 at 11:29 AM BST, Philipp Häusele wrote:
> If I try to load it on my iPad (both safari and chrome) I get an ssl
> certificate error

Hi, do you know what version of iOS you are running? IIRC you can check
in the settings app. Under General > About.

Going by SSL Test:
https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=phi1_h.srht.site

SourceHut Pages needs at-least iOS 9.
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> I have an issue with my
> site at (https://phi1_h.srht.site/posts/uebersicht-antraege/). If I try
> to load it on my iPad (both safari and chrome) I get an ssl certificate
> error("Can't establish a secure connection to this server").

I tried loading your URL on my iDevice (iOS 14.4.2) and got the same connection error. I am able to load other srht pages without issue though.

I am not positive, but I have a strong hunch that this is due to the underscore in your URL. Underscores iirc are not permitted in hostnames per RFC, so it would not surprise me if implementations vary in their support/adherence.
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On Fri Apr 2, 2021 at 12:57 PM BST, Ben Burwell wrote:
> I am not positive, but I have a strong hunch that this is due to the
> underscore in your URL. Underscores iirc are not permitted in hostnames
> per RFC, so it would not surprise me if implementations vary in their
> support/adherence.

Maybe we should have SourceHut pages warn about that. Even if that's not
why it's broken for Philipp Häusele, it's probably going to cause issues.

Is it okay if I make a ticket to implement this, Drew?
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On Fri Apr 2, 2021 at 8:05 AM EDT, Mark Dain wrote:
> On Fri Apr 2, 2021 at 12:57 PM BST, Ben Burwell wrote:
> > I am not positive, but I have a strong hunch that this is due to the
> > underscore in your URL. Underscores iirc are not permitted in hostnames
> > per RFC, so it would not surprise me if implementations vary in their
> > support/adherence.
>
> Maybe we should have SourceHut pages warn about that. Even if that's not
> why it's broken for Philipp Häusele, it's probably going to cause
> issues.
>
> Is it okay if I make a ticket to implement this, Drew?

Sure, but a patch would be better :)
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On Fri Apr 2, 2021 at 1:05 PM BST, Drew DeVault wrote:
> > Is it okay if I make a ticket to implement this, Drew?
>
> Sure, but a patch would be better :)

https://todo.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/meta.sr.ht/173

I agree a patch is better, though that depends on me getting sr.ht
running locally, which so far I haven't been able to :(

It's why I also haven't sent patches about the other feature requests or
bugs I've run into. Some I just can't fix without a local instance.
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