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problems downloading
#1
im having problems downloading it just reads (connection error (sslexception : fatal alert internal error) im getting this on both my laptop and pc
also said only 2 people online 

can anyone help
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#2
Sounds as if whatever HTTPS URL you are using (for an RSS feed perhaps?) is misconfigured or dead.
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#3
I'm having exactly the same problem.  Running Vuze which has always been fine and now can't download anything because of the SSLException noted in the original post above.
I'm on the latest incarnation of bitsoup for my torrents...

Anyone any ideas ?
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#4
(04-29-2015, 07:57 AM)'parg' Wrote: Sounds as if whatever HTTPS URL you are using (for an RSS feed perhaps?) is misconfigured or dead.

 
how can I fix this, so I can start using Vuze normally?
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#5
Are you running Java 1.8 and Vuze 5.7.3 ?
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#6
I am having a similar or same proble.VUZE was working fine but now I get the following error when I try to download a torrent:download/5241325/':javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Received fatal alert: internal_error
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#7
yes im havin same problem updated java - and vuze menu says Java 1.6.0_21 (64 bit)
 Sun Microsystems Inc.
SWT v4508, win32
Windows 7 v6.1, x86
V5.7.3.1_B20/4 az3                   is it sayin I still hav 1.6?????
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#8
Yup - for some reason Vuze is using an old Java version. You can find out where it is 'coming from' by doing the following

1) generate a 'debug.zip' by using the Help menu's last option to generate a diagnostic file - when doing so select the 'manual send' option.
2) open the debug.zip and extract the 'evidence.log' file
3) open evidence.log and search for the java.home= entry. For me this says

java.home=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_51\jre

Then you need to decide what to do with the old version - you could close Vuze and delete it, for example, see if that makes Vuze pick up the more recent one.
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#9
(10-22-2016, 08:05 AM)'parg' Wrote: Yup - for some reason Vuze is using an old Java version. You can find out where it is 'coming from' by doing the following

1) generate a 'debug.zip' by using the Help menu's last option to generate a diagnostic file - when doing so select the 'manual send' option.
2) open the debug.zip and extract the 'evidence.log' file
3) open evidence.log and search for the java.home= entry. For me this says

java.home=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_51\jre

Then you need to decide what to do with the old version - you could close Vuze and delete it, for example, see if that makes Vuze pick up the more recent one.

 
so i do i type 'debug.zip' in the box  then manual search
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#10
I deleted this one from evidence log java.home=c:\program files (x86)\vuze\jre still not helpin I reloaded vuze and its bak there
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#11
downloads have ground to trickle

recent chanegs:

upgraded the Java to 1.8 (still requesting I upgrade)

upgared to OSx Sierra

Any suggestions, many tx
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#12
bump bump
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