OS X chromium plugin scripts (tlsa and dnssec) fail to install their respective cores
This issue affects both tlsa and dnssec installation scripts.
- Google Chrome (stable) 37.0.2062.124
- Google Chrome Canary 40.0.2173.0
- Chromium (stable) 37.0.2062.124 (281580)
- 10.9.5 (13F34)
mkdir $TMPDIR/dnssec-validator-tmp cd $TMPDIR/dnssec-validator-tmp curl -LsO https://secure.nic.cz/files/dnssec-validator/2.2.0/dnssec-plugin-2.2.0.x-macosx.sh chmod +x dnssec-plugin-2.2.0.x-macosx.sh ./dnssec-plugin-2.2.0.x-macosx.sh
Cannot install chromium extension on OS X. A CRX file has been created in the current directory. -n You may now install the file '/var/folders/z3/dwlmgt356wv9gyshgyyvd3bw0000gn/T/jjj/dnssec-pkg.crx' into those browsers: -n 'Google Chrome' -e 1) Run the browser. -e 2) Open the page chrome://extensions/ . -e 3) Drag and drop the CRX file into the page and accept the notification. -e 4) Restart the browser.
Installing the resulting CRX and restarting the browser (for example, Opera) the settings pane always displays the following error:
The DNSSEC validating core could not be initialised. Please install the DNSSEC validating core in the version matching this extension and then restart your browser.
This seems to indicate the core was not installed, however it is unclear what did or did not happen.
-n output are bashishms)