Problems installing h5p content/libraries
Submitted by eritzinho on Thu, 08/23/2018 - 12:31
I am having a problem when installing this plugin after a migration. As you can see in the attached snapshot 3 errors appear when I enter in the H5P libraries´ configuration. As a result, the hub is not connected to my webpage so I can not use H5P contents.
The only way to use some contents is to upload them manually. However, once that I have uploaded some contents it appears this message in the hub:
"Content type list outdated
Anyone knows which could be the problem?
Thanks in advance!
Mon, 08/27/2018 - 03:50
Hi eritzinho,In order to give
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Tue, 08/28/2018 - 11:11
Hello there!!I am using
I am using Moodle v3.4.3 and H5P 1.9.
When I first installed this plugin, in h5p´s configuration the installed libraries were N/A. As a result I could not slect a content type from the Hub. The editor is telling me:
No content types are available
Afterwards I uploaded a h5p conent type and then the message from the hub changed. Now I am able to use some content types but it looks like my moodle is disconnected from the hub, no updates for example.
Content type list outdated
I have tried in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer and there are no browser console or PHP errors. The only message that appears is the next one:
-Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with know CA certificates
-Site could not be registered. Please contact your site administrator.
-The h5p hub has been disabled until this problem can be resolved. You may still upload libraries through the "h5p libraries" page.
Thank you very much!
Tue, 09/04/2018 - 10:50
Hi, we recently had some
Hi, we recently had some problems with hosting of H5P.org, which is where you typically would get new content types. Please re-enable the content type hub in your "H5P Settings", and try to update the content type cache in the "H5P Libraries" page, then try to download them through the Content Type Hub(in the H5P Editor). If the problem still persists please look into the "Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with know CA certificates" error message, there could be some problems with the setup of your site and ssl certificate.
Best regards, Thomas