maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 626
streaming AVI and MPG files fails over HTTPS
Last modified: 2009-10-13 13:09:48 UTC
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With HTTP, I can stream AVI and MPG files as usual.
With HTTPS, the streaming doesn't work. All settings except port (443 for
HTTPS) and the protocol were the same. The certificate has expired but
"continue" works in every other way.
I use Apache2 with a very basic configuration.
Adding streaming support over HTTPS will be handled as a feature request.
reporter: a url for testing would be appreciated
Ted, are you still experiencing this with OS2008? If so, do you have a url?
Stefan's answer suggests that (if still applicable) this is more a bug than an
I still need an URL for testing here -> moreinfo
Setting HIGH visibility to see if we get a URL to test.
(In reply to comment #0)
> The certificate has expired but "continue" works in every other way.
Maybe that was the reason of the problem.
> reporter: a url for testing would be appreciated
Requested in 2007-08-27 and yet not here. Resolving as WORKSFORME.
Reopening as it seems related to bug 3855.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Start browser.
2. Type https://home.maneos.org/maemo-bug-626/sample-hold.mp3 in the URL entry
3. If you get an SSL certificate warning, accept it.
4. Select open in the file download dialog.
Playback of the audio file via HTTPS streaming. This works as expected using
the same URL but with an http: scheme.
"File format not supported".
Confirming in latest Fremantle.
WONTFIX internally for Maemo5:
"Fixing this would break some things around (streaming at least) or requires
lots of work in Browser, browser-plugin, media player, MAFW and MMF
(authentication info need to be delivered to MMF and handled there)."
Encryption and authentication are orthogonal, and the above comment seems to
apply to bug 723 rather than this one.