Firefox 3 is annoyingly picky about SSL certificates, which has been an issue for people trying to access my Trac wiki or Subversion repository. I finally had enough and decided to nail the problem. So here are clear steps for generating SSL certificates that will make Firefox 3 happy. I will be using Leopard’s Certificate Assistant for most of the certificate work, with a bit of openssl at the end. The primary source of information I used to determine the requirements for SSL server certificates and signing certificates up in the chain is Mozilla’s All About Certificate Extensions technote.
Riven X 0.6 is now available and is a significant update from 0.5. Major new features include:
- Water animation
In addition, all the important Riven script commands have been implemented, which means most of the engine is now functional, besides what is implemented by external functions (which includes most of the complex puzzles). Of course, a large number of bugs have been fixed since the previous release as well.
The next release is scheduled for the end of the summer and will focus on implementing a portion of the complex puzzles, as well as saving and loading games.