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vsector
Hello, I'm rather new to jogl (trying to learn), but upon deploying an applet using jnlp applet launcher I get "cannot validate certificate for gluegen-rt.dll."  Is it that the certificates have not be renewed?

Am I just using the wrong file perhaps?
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Re: Certificate expired?

Michael Bien
you are probably running an old jogl 1 demo.

our cert shouldn't expire before 2012. (we will renew it only if 2012 isn't the end of the world ;) )

-michael


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Hello, I'm rather new to jogl (trying to learn), but upon deploying an applet using jnlp applet launcher I get "cannot validate certificate for gluegen-rt.dll."  Is it that the certificates have not be renewed?

Am I just using the wrong file perhaps?


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Re: Certificate expired?

vsector
Ah, so it wasn't the issue!

My applet was based off of Implementation Version 2.0-b266-20101223, but I was using 2.0-b11-20101213 for the web start.  I'll continue searching for the reason why that error is showing up.

Thank you for your swift response!
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Re: Certificate expired?

Sven Gothel
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On Wednesday, February 02, 2011 14:13:51 vsector [via jogamp] wrote:
>
> Ah, so it wasn't the issue!
>
> My applet was based off of Implementation Version 2.0-b266-20101223, but I
> was using 2.0-b11-20101213 for the web start.  I'll continue searching for
> the reason why that error is showing up.
>

only the 'webstart' and 'webstart-next' folder/URIs contain signed blobs

~Sven
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Re: Certificate expired?

vsector
As in this url:

http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/ 

correct?

Yes, I used:

{code}
<applet code="org.jdesktop.applet.util.JNLPAppletLauncher"
      width=500
      height=500
      archive="http://download.java.net/media/applet-launcher/applet-launcher.jar,
               http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/jogl.all.jar,
               http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/gluegen-rt.jar,
               http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/nativewindow.all.jar,
               http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/newt.all.jar,
               ./PCTexture.jar">
   param name="codebase_lookup" value="false">
   param name="subapplet.classname" value="us.vincent.ly.opengl.PerCorrectTexMap">
   param name="subapplet.displayname" value="Perspective Correct Demonstration">
   param name="progressbar" value="true">
   param name="jnlpNumExtensions" value="1">
   param name="jnlpExtension1"
          value="http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/jogl-all-awt.jnlp">
   param name="noddraw.check" value="true">
 </applet>
{/code} (I voluntarily dropped the less than symbol from the param since it was stopping them from showing up)

Basically, copy and pasted the jnlp launcher code and replaced w/ the relevant java libraries.

It's probably on my side, but I'm having a difficult time finding it.  Applet-viewer has no problem with it though.  There doesn't seem to be a code tag.
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