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Docker - I get 'x509: certificate signed by unknown ...

    https://success.docker.com/article/i-get-x509-certificate-signed-by-unknown-authority-error-when-i-try-to-login-to-my-dtr-with-default-certificates
    x509: certificate signed by unknown authority Root Cause. This error message means that you do not have a trusted certificate, such as the default self-signed certificate generated by DTR if a cert was not provided during installation. Resolution. Firstly, you need to identify when this error is returned. When running docker login …
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Docker Private Registry: x509: certificate signed by ...

    https://forums.docker.com/t/docker-private-registry-x509-certificate-signed-by-unknown-authority/21262
    Mar 05, 2019 · x509: certificate signed by unknown authority According to the documentation, you are supposed to be able to add certificates into /etc/docker/certs.d/, and I have done so. Docker appears to see the location of the certificate:
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Docker Login Error: x509: certificate signed by unknown ...

    https://trevorsullivan.net/2016/08/09/docker-login-error-x509-certificate-signed-unknown-authority/
    Aug 09, 2016 · x509: certificate signed by unknown authority The crux of the issue appears to be that the Docker Engine isn’t checking the trusted root certificate authorities on the local system. Instead, it requires you to specify the root CA to trust.
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Configure your Docker Engine Docker Documentation

    https://docs.docker.com/ee/dtr/user/access-dtr/
    docker login dtr.example.org x509: certificate signed by unknown authority The first step to make your Docker Engine trust the certificate authority used by DTR is to get the DTR CA certificate. Then you configure your operating system to trust that certificate.
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docker login - x509: certificate signed by unknown ...

    https://github.com/goharbor/harbor/issues/6774
    Jan 18, 2019 · docker login - x509: certificate signed by unknown authority #6774. Closed ... Closed docker login - x509: certificate signed by unknown authority #6774. jcmartins opened this issue Jan 18, 2019 · 2 comments Comments. Copy link Quote reply jcmartins commented Jan 18, 2019.
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x509: certificate signed by unknown authority - both with ...

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29286307/x509-certificate-signed-by-unknown-authority-both-with-docker-and-with-github
    Pulling Docker containers from Docker hub behind a proxy results in “certificate signed by unknown authority” 0 dockerhub registery: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority
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access private registry: x509: certificate signed by ...

    https://github.com/moby/moby/issues/8849
    I have configured a L7 Ingress and the SSL certificate is located there. when I access from Web browser I have no problem SSL fine, and login credentials works fine. but if I run docker login command I get the x509: certificate signed by unknown authority, which I believe is trying to get the default ingress backend with the fake SSL Self ...
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Private Docker Registry 'x509: certificate signed by ...

    https://7thzero.com/blog/private-docker-registry-x509-certificate-signed-by-unknown-authority
    Private Docker Registry 'x509: certificate signed by unknown authority' December 5th at 6:37am While setting up a new private docker image registry with certificates signed by an internal certificate authority this week we ran into an issue getting our docker nodes to communicate:
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Failed to pull image with "x509: certificate signed by ...

    https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues/43924
    Mar 31, 2017 · Assuming you're using a self signed certificate, your CA still needs to get added in your local trust store even if you're using --skip-tls-verify.
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Docker : Get https://registry-1.docker.io/v2/: x509 ...

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50619911/docker-get-https-registry-1-docker-io-v2-x509-certificate-signed-by-unkno
    The message indicates that the certificate produced by the proxy was signed by an unknown authority: the "fake authority" which generates the certificates. For solving the problem, I had to install the root certificate of this "fake authority" in /usr/share/ca-certificates (for a linux station) and then: > update-ca-certificates
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