curl: (35) SSL connect error

PROBLEM Ok, I am trying to install DigitalOcean Agent on my Centos 6.6 box as their instruction curl -sSL https://agent.digitalocean.com/install.sh | sh And immediately get the error curl: (35) SSL connect error SOLUTION We need to update...

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