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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 12:29 PM
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I was using my CF wlan G card to go online for the MobilePro.
I don’t believe VS2008 can compile for 4.2 specifically. I thought 2005 was the latest perhaps?
Edit: I was wrong. eVC 4.0 targets 4.2 but not visual studio 2005

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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 1:07 PM
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watamario15 - 2022-12-25 3:36 AM
However, even if this problem persists, at least we know that CE 6.0 can run the OpenSSL 1.1.1 version. So you (gjcoram) can just put the OpenSSL 1.1.1 version as an option and make an user select a version that works for them?


So, if you download the non-SSL version of nPOPuk, the program will then try to find the SSL functions in a DLL. It's up to you what DLLs you provide, whether those are 1.0.2 or 1.1.1. There is one "wrapper" (npopssl.dll) that you need, in addition to libeay.dll and libssl.dll

I assume that torch has been using the non-SSL version of nPOPuk to try to test soju's DLLs.
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watamario15 Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 1:31 PM
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gjcoram - 2022-12-25 9:07 PM

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watamario15 - 2022-12-25 3:36 AM
However, even if this problem persists, at least we know that CE 6.0 can run the OpenSSL 1.1.1 version. So you (gjcoram) can just put the OpenSSL 1.1.1 version as an option and make an user select a version that works for them?


So, if you download the non-SSL version of nPOPuk, the program will then try to find the SSL functions in a DLL. It's up to you what DLLs you provide, whether those are 1.0.2 or 1.1.1. There is one "wrapper" (npopssl.dll) that you need, in addition to libeay.dll and libssl.dll

I assume that torch has been using the non-SSL version of nPOPuk to try to test soju's DLLs.


Thanks for your input, but that way you don't get the TLS 1.3 option right? I think having that option added for a release that is expected to use with OpenSSL 1.1.1 DLLs are beneficial in terms of user friendliness, even when you can use TLS 1.3 with an "auto" configuration. Anyway, this is just a suggestion. I'm not going to overload a volunteer developer, of course.
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 1:39 PM
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Oh, you mean there won't be "TLS 1.3" in the drop-down menu for SSL config? That's true.
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 1:47 PM
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I just resurrected my Sylvania netbook, running WinCE5 (using a ROM image from HPC:Factor!); it was a post by CE Geek that came up in my Google search for the issue I was having.

I then installed nPOPuk 3.05b2/SSL, the WCE5 ARM version, and tried it. The first go failed:
Verify of SSL failed
unable to get local issuer certificate (20)

Then I unchecked verify the server certificates (Mailbox > Edit, POP3 tab, setup button for SSL) and went again, which failed because I had an old password saved for the account. However, the log file did show that nPOPuk had requested "auto" and got TLS-1.2.

After I fixed the password, I was able to start downloading messages.

I'll go back through this thread and find what soju said about ca.pem for updated certificates.
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 1:57 PM
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soju - 2022-12-19 6:07 PM
To enable certificate check, you may need to place CA certificates file named "ca.pem" in the same folder of nPOPuk.exe. CA certificates is available on https://curl.se/ca/cacert.pem


Hmm. This wasn't sufficient. More investigation necessary.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-12-25 2:52 PM
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So to recap
It looks like we can test
gjcoram: CE6.0 ARM
me: CE4.2 ARM / CE6.0 x86
DutchComputerKid: CE 6.0 ARM / WM6 ARM
watamario15: CE6.0 ARM (but no network stack)
I dunk for bananas: CE5.0 MIPS/ CE5.0 x86
Obsolete platforms:
gjcoram: CE2.11 ARM
me: CE 3.0 MIPS

Edit: also cleaned up intro post to make the thread easier to understand

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soju Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 1:11 AM
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I thought your ARM device has ws2.dll, right? I'm wondering whether you could share following import libraries for ARM CE 4.2.
* corelibc.lib
* coredll.lib
* ws2.lib

They might be in directory something like
* C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK R2\PocketPC\Lib\ARMV4I
* C:\Windows CE Tools\

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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 1:13 AM
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I’m sorry I just want to clarify .
Do you want me to list the files that come in the Windows CE 4.2 SDK for eVC 4.0 Development toolkit on desktop ?
Or in the /Windows directory of the actual device ?
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soju Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 1:24 AM
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I want to have the 3 .libs in your Windows CE 4.2 SDK for eVC 4.0 Development toolkit on desktop.
For ws2.dll, I want to confirm if your actual device has it in /Windows directory.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 1:27 AM
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My device doesn’t have ws2.dll in the /Windows directory. I just checked. I made sure “show all files including system files” was enabled
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soju Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 2:09 AM
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> I want to have the 3 .libs in your Windows CE 4.2 SDK for eVC 4.0 Development toolkit on desktop.
I got them. You don't have to share it to me anymore.
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soju Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 2:12 AM
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Please try this.
ARMv4_012: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2pbebgh6eymxk8s/AABEOqwBx2VdOcG-JGEXYoBda...

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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 2:28 AM
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soju - 2022-12-26 7:09 PM

> I want to have the 3 .libs in your Windows CE 4.2 SDK for eVC 4.0 Development toolkit on desktop.
I got them. You don't have to share it to me anymore.

I'm sorry, I was having trouble loading the VM in Virtual Box since I reset my PC.

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Please try this.
ARMv4_012:


The toolbar has weird artifacts, but it seemed to get further at connecting (I copied my ini file from ARMv4_011). Now the error message says: Verify of SSL failed, unable to get local issuer certificate (error 20) I also am attaching log file/screenshots

Also: FYI. I figured out what button to click on the “blank toolbar” to “refresh” the mailbox so you can work on the ssl stuff before the ui because the ssl is the more important stuff

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(CAPT0000.BMP)



(CAPT0001.BMP)



Attachments
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Attachments nPOPuk.log (0KB - 7 downloads)
Attachments CAPT0000.BMP (450KB - 0 downloads)
Attachments CAPT0001.BMP (450KB - 0 downloads)
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soju Page Icon Posted 2022-12-27 2:45 AM
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Please adjust your system date for SSL verification and try again.
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