|tar xzf curl-7.22.0.tar.bz2|
|if [ ! -d /usr/share/curl/ ]; then|
|sudo mkdir -p /usr/share/curl/|
|sudo mv /usr/share/curl/ca-bundle.crt /usr/share/curl/ca-bundle.crt.original|
|sudo mv ca-bundle.crt /usr/share/curl/ca-bundle.crt|
I used the above ritual, suitably modified for current stuff, on a Mac MacOS 10.5 with TQSL to get around
Hi people coming here on El Capitan, you will not be able to modify /usr/share or anything outside /usr/local due to the new SIP. And hence this script won't run as-is. While you can disable it, it's fine to just keep things in /usr/local. So this is the easy workaround for the above script (if you look at it closely it's quite trivial):
All you need is the .crt file which you are getting through:
the lib/ folder will now have the
And then in weechat make
The above commands didn't seem to work on El Capitan for me, possibly because of a newer version of Perl I have.
curl 7.22 is old anyway, you'll want to download 7.49 instead:
@ashutoshrishi @mcmire @mxl I installed
I have also tried to install
ps. I am running MacOS 10.11.6 and weechat 1.5 installed with
If @ashutoshrishi solution is not working, you may need to complete two additional steps.
Check to see if you are receiving the error:
If this is the case, open the script and look for the release url for certdata.
Get the certdata file and place it in the same directory as the ./mk-ca-bundle.pl
Don't forget to tell weechat where the new ca-bundle.crt is:
You may need to add this file to the