Solved: curl: (35) ssl connect error
The main course of this problem is the outdated `curl` package on your system.
SSL Certificate Problem: Unable to get Local Issuer Certificate
If you get SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate error, it's an indication that your root and intermediate certificates on the system are not working correctly or not set up correctly.
Solved: Crontab bad minute error
Cron reads every line of the crontab. If the line is not a comment or an environmental variable, cron expects a correct and valid minute expression of the cronjob. If there is an invalid minute expression (e.g. a typo), cron will throw a **Bad minute error**.
Solved: Error 526 Invalid SSL Certificate
Error 526 indicates Cloudflare is unable to successfully validate the SSL certificate on the origin web server and the SSL setting in the Cloudflare SSL/TLS app is set to Full SSL (Strict) for the website.
The usual cause is that the implementation of SSL on your server is not correct. The error is usually caused by a server-side problem which the server administrator will need to investigate.
Solved: Cron missing newline before EOF
This error may also happen when a crontab file is generated automatically and the generator failed to insert a newline character at the end of the crontab file.
When you are accessing the HTTPS secured website a series of steps is taken in the background to ensure that the connection is safe and trusted. Some of these steps consist of checking certificates. If the browser does not believe that the connection would be secure it displays this error.
Solved: Invalid command ‘SSLEngine
This frequently happens on fresh Apache servers. When Apache starts it reads through the configuration files. When it encounters `SSLEngine` directive, it considers it as unknown. This is caused by the fact that the server’s basic configuration does not have `mod_ssl` module installed or enabled.
Solved: (cron) info (No MTA installed, discarding output) error
If you get *SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate* error, it's an indication that your root and intermediate certificates on the system are not working correctly or not set up correctly.
A NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_IN error occurs when the domain the SSL certificate is installed on is not listed on the certificate (either as the common name, subject alternative name or covered by a wildcard).
Solved: Error:0D0680A8 : asn1 encoding routines: ASN1_CHECK_TLEN: wrong tag
This error is due to an invalid certificate format installed on the Apache webserver.
Solved: Errors in crontab file, can't install
You may encounter this error while creating a new crontab or updating an existing one that has a syntax error.