I tried to download the CMSIS pack but get the error:
javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target
I find out it's the ssh certificate issue, but how can I fix this? I also find that the studio has the jave itself under the install directory, maybe I should import the certificate to the xxx\Arm\Development Studio 2020.0\sw\java\lib\security\cacerts, but how to get the proper certificate and it makes no sense just I meet this issue if the cert is missing in this file. Maybe I should try the old version?
My configuration is:
win10 1903 18362.720
Arm Development Studio 2020.0
Anyone know how to fix this?
Hi George,Which pack are you trying to download when facing this error?I've just tried updating and downloading some packs on my side with a fresh 2020.0 install and it works as expected. You should not need to install certificates into the bundled JVM.Best regards,Jonathan
I am also experiencing this issue. I am behind a corporate firewall. I have the certificate, but I cannot figure out where/how to install it into the bundled JVM.
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