No Certificates Were Provided By Your Browser

Discussion in 'Swapmeet Talk' started by W7EE, Jul 18, 2019.

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  1. W7EE

    W7EE XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Well I have followed the instructions to use LOTW for verification I think. But I get this message.

    No Certificates Were Provided By Your Browser

    What the heck does that mean?

    W7EE
     
  2. W7EE

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    Okay, after an hour of messing with this crap, I figured out how to manually put the certificate in my Chrome browser. I am verified now. I am totally clueless on these certificates and what the hell they do in my browser. More computer crap, when the internet goes dead, at least I can send CW without the damn thing.

    W7EE
    Ludite
     
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  3. AJ4GQ

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    Your perseverance paid off. Welcome to the [​IMG] world!
    You raised an interesting point. "More computer crap, when the internet goes dead, at least I can send CW without the damn thing". I use a Flex-6300 so I can't. I see a battery powered QRP CW rig in my future . . . thank you.
     
  4. NZ4X

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    CW is the only century old digital mode! I use an FT-818 on battery power on CW. Talk to the world on 2.5 watts!
     
  5. AJ4GQ

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    Thank you. Great advice!
     
  6. W7EE

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    Thanks for the compliment, excuse me for the bad attitude in that post. I was getting frustrated and got a little zealous with my language. I have a friend with a Flex and after watching him pull his hair out with a Windows 10 upgrade I was sure I would never use a computer solely to control my station. I have two rigs with battery power, a K1 and K2. Lots of fun to use 5 watts and a wire in a tree

    73
    W7EE
     
  7. AJ4GQ

    AJ4GQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Your language was precise and to the point. I doubt anyone had any trouble understanding exactly what you meant :). Apparently your experience was not unique as a number of others also developed a love/hate (mostly hate) relationship with Chrome while trying to upload their LoTW certificate. Ok, the Elecraft rigs are now on my short list, along with the FT-818.
     
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