|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-users] Let's Encrypt Root certificate - Windows Phone|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Nov 2021 19:04:27 +0100|
|User-agent:||Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:91.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/91.1.0|
The path to the Linphone root ca is in liblinphone/share/rootca.pem
You shouldn't use Windows Phone anymore as it has reached end of life. Linphone for Windows Phone isn't maintained anymore since years, so you could experience some issues while using it.
Sorry for that but we can't do anything about it. Everytime we
tried to support a new platform (BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone) it
was discontinued a few month after the Linphone port...
I somehow hope that a free software alternative to Android and
iOS could gain enough popularity to be deployed in millions of
units, but given all the obstacles (segmentation of alternatives,
insane short life cycle, proprietary hardware blobs, dependency to
hardware manufacturers) we are not out of the woods yet...
Junior DevOps Engineer
Belledonne Communications, the company behind Linphone
I am still using Windows Phone 10, and the Linphone client on it.
A while back, Yealink SIP had issues with TLS using Let's Encrypt. Let's Encrypt Root certificate had expired, and Yealink had to update their firmware to get it back on, or people just could of uploaded a new one to the telephone.
I noticed Linphone client for Windows Phone is no longer connecting via TLS.
Can someone clue me in on putting the new Root certificate into Linphone so I can recompile it with the new Root Certificate?
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