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How can I download the truelicense?

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qingwei201314
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When I clone the url:https://hg.java.net/hg/truelicense~v1 by tortoiseHB2.0.5, I get the error message below:

% hg clone --verbose https://hg.java.net/hg/truelicense~v1 -- .
中止: hg.java.net certificate error: certificate is for www.java.net (use --insecure to connect insecurely)
[command returned code 255 Thu Jun 23 09:25:50 2011]

What's the problem? Then, I add "--insecure" follow the url, but it can't work exactly?

Can anyone help me? I try to get truelicense many times, but haven't succeed.

Thanks very much.

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singaporeseo
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just research in google or download in torrent

fgEW
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Hi,

I got problems too getting trueLicense, could u please explain how to get it ?

I have tried tortoiseHG last version but i m not familiar with it, and got the following error :

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% hg clone --verbose https://hg.java.net/hg/truelicense~v1
abort: hg.java.net certificate error: certificate is for www.java.net (use --insecure to connect insecurely)
[command returned code 255 Fri Sep 16 14:11:59 2011]
% hg clone --verbose https://hg.java.net/hg/truelicense~v1 --insecure
% hg clone --verbose https://hg.java.net/hg/truelicense~v1 --insecure
warning: hg.java.net certificate with fingerprint 22:d2:d5:43:96:0f:eb:e0:9a:20:b9:14:b4:d9:32:1e:6a:f3:37:11 not verified (check hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
destination directory: truelicense~v1
abort: Accès refus: truelicense~v1
[command returned code 255 Fri Sep 16 14:12:15 2011]

**

Please, help, i'm very interessested in trying TrueLicense.

Tx

srh
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I too have trouble downloading TrueLicense. Getting (use --insecure to connect insecurely) also.

edwingo
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More info is needed to reproduce the problem. I noticed that you are using tortoise as an hg client, perhaps there is a bug there. I noticed there are newer versions at http://tortoisehg.bitbucket.org/ so perhaps you can try that or contact the community there. Another option is to use hg directly on windows: http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/WindowsInstall.

j0ni
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Please check your mercurial version number. The '--insecure' flag was introduced in version 1.7.5. If that's not the issue, please include the output when you use '--insecure'.

FWIW, I was able to check out this repository with the '--insecure' flag just now, using mercurial version 1.8.4.

sonyabarry
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 I don't know the answer to your question, so I created a bug for the kenai team to look at here: http://kenai.com/jira/browse/KENAI-2943

 

fvo
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Add following hostfingerprints to your mercurial.ini to trust hg.java.net and hg.kenai.com

[hostfingerprints]
hg.java.net = 22:d2:d5:43:96:0f:eb:e0:9a:20:b9:14:b4:d9:32:1e:6a:f3:37:11
hg.kenai.com = 9c:f6:c3:1f:14:bc:98:82:de:2a:5b:6e:d2:ce:61:5d:95:e1:65:a5

JonAmes
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Thanks for this information on the fingerprints! Solved my problem as well =)