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Browsing to Trusted Application Key during config

I am installing Mobility Pack build 58 on SLES 11 SP1 64-bit. When I try browsing to the trusted application key file from the mobility pack configuration program, the configuration program hangs in the file browser screen when I click Open. This has happened to me three times now.

I have the key stored as /etc/MobilityPack_TrustedApplication.key with the rights 500 and owned by root:root.

If I type the the path to the key rather than browsing to it, the installation proceedes without problems.
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ccalvert;1990910 wrote:
I am installing Mobility Pack build 58 on SLES 11 SP1 64-bit. When I try browsing to the trusted application key file from the mobility pack configuration program, the configuration program hangs in the file browser screen when I click Open. This has happened to me three times now.

I have the key stored as /etc/MobilityPack_TrustedApplication.key with the rights 500 and owned by root:root.

If I type the the path to the key rather than browsing to it, the installation proceedes without problems.


Same problem here. I have placed the key in different spots and the programs hangs each time. I just typed it in manually to continue with the installation.
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Re: Browsing to Trusted Application Key during config

I had mine on a usb pen drive and I had no problem browsing to it.

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> I am installing Mobility Pack build 58 on SLES 11 SP1 64-bit. When I
> try browsing to the trusted application key file from the mobility pack
> configuration program, the configuration program hangs in the file
> browser screen when I click Open. This has happened to me three times
> now.
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> I have the key stored as /etc/MobilityPack_TrustedApplication.key with
> the rights 500 and owned by root:root.
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> If I type the the path to the key rather than browsing to it, the
> installation proceedes without problems.
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"Michael Rae" <wes@Gocolumbiamodot.com> wrote:
> I had mine on a usb pen drive and I had no problem browsing to it.


Mine is just in the /root folder. But it's just named ASTrustedApp. Are
those that fail really long?




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Re: Browsing to Trusted Application Key during config

I just tried the installation with the file called /etc/mobility.key and had the same problem. Doesn't seem to be length related. I also tried changing the rights to 700, just to see if that would make a difference for some reason, but it didn't.
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Re: Browsing to Trusted Application Key during config

Hi all,

we saw this not only with the current release, but also with the previous.

We found 1 possible reason
- It happens for us, if the Proxy is configured
- If Proxy is not configured, we can not past the installation

Therfore our solution
a) We have the Proxy configured
b) We add the Product
c) We let it install - to the point where we have to configure
d) Then we disable the Proxy configuration
e) We test twice the Browser to see internet is not working
f) in 1 of 3 cases you will then be able to configure the product
g) if the error comes along which is mostly the case, we reboot and start the Configuration from YAST - Micscellaneous - Datasync again, which always worked then well.

We do not have a idea, whats causing it, but this helps you get past this problem.
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