Topic: NPM install fails with SSL certificate problem: certificate has expired
mcorey premium asked 1 year ago
Expected behavior I'm trying to install MDB5 2.3.0 using NPM. I've created a new ED25519 SSH key. Added the key to GitLab. Created an access token and appended that access token to: npm i git+https://oauth2:email@example.com/mdb/standard/mdb-ui-kit-pro-essential (replacing the xxx with my access token.) Actual behavior I receive the following message fatal: unable to access 'https://oauth2:@git.mdbootstrap.com/mdb/standard/mdb-ui-kit-pro-essential/': SSL certificate problem: certificate has expired
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- Technology: MDB React
- MDB Version: MDB5 2.3.0
- Device: Laptop
- Browser: Chrome
- OS: Windows 10
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Marek Winiarski staff commented 1 year ago
90% of the reasons are an old software version. Most often it helps to update Node.
If you are using Docker or Jenkins or some services from AWS or Azure, such as Amplify, try editing the Yaml file and force a newer version of the node.
If for some reason you cannot update, write me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and describe 1. What operating system are you using 2. Whether you are using Docker, Jenkins, or any other tool in the implementation process of your application.
I will try to prepare a set of commands for you to solve the problem.
At this link, our information about what has changed: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-september-2021/