[gnutls-devel] GnuTLS | GnuTLS error: A packet with illegal or unsupported version was received. (#621)

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Sat Nov 17 15:52:48 CET 2018

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Issue 621: https://gitlab.com/gnutls/gnutls/issues/621
Author:    Jaap Buurman

## Description of problem:
I am using Wine from WineHQ's official repository to run World of Warcraft. I use the Twitch client to keep my addons updated. On my desktop PC that is running Arch with GnuTLS 3.5.19 this is working fine. However, on my Laptop running Ubuntu 18.10 (Fresh install) it is unable to find and sync my addons. When I start the Twitch client from the terminal, the log is being spammed with the following messages:

GnuTLS error: A packet with illegal or unsupported version was received.

Said errors are missing when I do the same to run Twitch on my Arch Desktop PC. Is there a way to make the logging more verbose so I can provide more details regarding this issue? The contents of said packet would probably be a good starting point for chasing down the issue.

## Version of gnutls used:

## Distributor of gnutls (e.g., Ubuntu, Fedora, RHEL)

## How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:

 * Create a fresh Wine prefix via the "winecfg" command
 * Install dotnet 4.0 by running "winetricks dotnet40"
 * Change back the Windows version to "Windows 7" by running "winecfg" again.
 * Download & Install the Twitch app: https://app.twitch.tv/download
 * After installing, run the Twitch app again (By starting it from the terminal for logging purposes) and Switch to the Addon view. Enable/restart the app when asked.

## Actual results:
Log is being spammed by the above mentioned error messages and is unable to Sync World of Warcraft addons.

## Expected results:
There should be no GnuTLS errors and the application should properly sync and update the addons.

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