SSL Handshake error when running LucidLink backed by Azure Storage on CentOS

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When running LucidLink on CentOS with Azure as a storage provider, you might come across an issue where your data is not being uploaded into Azure. You can create new files and folders but the actual data within the files is not uploaded and won't be accessible to other users. On the CentOS machine, the LucidLink application shows up as disconnected. The following error is also present in the logs:

Azure error: ! Details: Error in SSL handshake; http error code: 0


Executing the following command in the terminal should resolve the issue:

sudo ln -s /etc/pki/ca-trust/extracted/pem/tls-ca-bundle.pem /etc/ssl/cert.pem


This error is usually present because the root certificates are not where the 'cpprestsdk' binary (which LucidLink uses in order to communicate with Azure) expects them to be by default.

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