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SSL/TLS problems

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Hi. I'm currently using Bronya's latest (and last) AMD kernel for 10.8, and I'm on 10.8.5.

I can't seem to get Chrome to connect to any https secured websites. Is this a kernel problem? Is there a workaround?



Any suggestions at all? :'c




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First post here, glad to be here.

I got 10.8.5 installed on Acer Phenom X4, works almost perfectly, except SSL. Chrome https-pages don't work, Photoshop activaton gave SSL-error, also I think trying to install Flash for Safari gave error for the same reason, I ended up downloading the install-pkg, instead of trying to download with Flash installer.

Safari goes to https-pages ok, but also Mail has some quirks, I can send and receive, but can't empty Trash. For some strange reason pinging the mail server didn't work, pinging with ip-address worked, and traceroute worked. I just added mail-ip to /etc/hosts, now Mail works, but the empty trash not.


Is there any fix for the SSL?  I installed ML with myHack, no kernel panics yet. PS CS4 and Lr 4.2 works ok. Now PS CS5 is installing, have to go soon to see the Hackintosh if PS install succeeded.





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It may relate to myHack removed ApplePolicyControl. If you use myHack to create your installation disk, try not to remove ApplePolicyControl when it asks.

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