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  1. #1
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    certificate error

    Hello !!

    My environment is shown as below.

    Carbide 2.3
    S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v1.0
    qt for symbian 4.6.0
    open_c_cpp_plug_in_v1_6_en
    My phone is Nokia E71.

    I create a qt project. I create sis file by the following steps.

    1) go to properties-> carbide.c++-> Bulider Configurations-> SIS Bulider
    2) Select a pkg file.
    3) Enter a name for sis file.

    It has no errors during complier and it will create a *.sisx file.
    But when I put this *.sisx file in my phone, it will show "certificate error....." during installing.
    I can't figure out this situation, please help me. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: certificate error

    What does the message say precisely? If it's complaining about the timestamp in the certificate, make sure the time in the phone matches the time of the computer doing the build. And wait a minute or two after building, to account for any minor timing differences.

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    Re: certificate error

    Quote Originally Posted by jwzeng0312 View Post
    Hello !!

    My environment is shown as below.

    Carbide 2.3
    S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v1.0
    qt for symbian 4.6.0
    open_c_cpp_plug_in_v1_6_en
    My phone is Nokia E71.

    I create a qt project. I create sis file by the following steps.

    1) go to properties-> carbide.c++-> Bulider Configurations-> SIS Bulider
    2) Select a pkg file.
    3) Enter a name for sis file.

    It has no errors during complier and it will create a *.sisx file.
    But when I put this *.sisx file in my phone, it will show "certificate error....." during installing.
    I can't figure out this situation, please help me. Thanks a lot.
    E71 is a S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 device, so you should actually be building with that SDK or S60 3rd Edition MR SDK.

    As far as the certificate error..well, check http://developer.symbian.org/wiki/in...llation_Errors for hints on what you could be doing wrong.

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    Re: certificate error

    Thanks for the replay

    I have tried to use the following SDK, but it still can't work.

    S60_3rd_FP2_SDK_v1.1

    The whole message is "Certificate error. Contact the application supplier."

    Tzeng

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    Re: certificate error

    Quote Originally Posted by jwzeng0312 View Post
    The whole message is "Certificate error. Contact the application supplier."
    This would suggest that the signing didn't work as expected, or the sis contains no certificate at all.

    Try the following from the command prompt:

    Code:
    signsis -o myapp.sisx
    You should see something like this if the package is signed with the correct self-signed certificate:

    Code:
    Primary:
    Issued by (self-signed) Qt Development Frameworks.
    Issued to Qt Development Frameworks.
    Valid from 05/10/2009 to 03/10/2019.

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    Re: certificate error

    Quote Originally Posted by jwzeng0312 View Post
    Thanks for the replay

    I have tried to use the following SDK, but it still can't work.

    S60_3rd_FP2_SDK_v1.1

    The whole message is "Certificate error. Contact the application supplier."

    Tzeng

    That is the Feature Pack 2 SDK not a Feature Pack 1

    Ofcourse your signing issue is still there, which has been highlighted by treinio, but you still need to get the SDK too right apart from the signing issue.

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    Re: certificate error

    I have tried

    The following is the message about certificate. I think it is right, but it still can't install on the phone.

    Issued by JoeBloggs.
    Issued to Acme.
    Valid from 09/06/2010 to 09/06/2011.

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    Re: certificate error

    Quote Originally Posted by jwzeng0312 View Post
    I have tried

    The following is the message about certificate. I think it is right, but it still can't install on the phone.

    Issued by JoeBloggs.
    Issued to Acme.
    Valid from 09/06/2010 to 09/06/2011.
    So did you bother to check the link that I mentioned in post #3 to see the possible hints? Also have you been noticing that even after you get your signing right you will still have problems due to wrong SDK??

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    Re: certificate error

    E-series devices has a default setting to allow installation for "Signed only" application. You can change that setting from your device to accept all.

    Go to
    Applications-->App.mgr.(Application Manager)-->Options-->Settings -->Software installation--> and select "All"
    Nokia Developer Wiki Moderation team

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