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Resolved... I had Nginx listen on 1337 instead of 80 which was actually opened via security group in OpenStack.


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You installed RHEL 8, and then added the EPEL repo for RHEL 7. This is not compatible with RHEL 8 and packages from EPEL 7 will not function properly. You can replace EPEL 7 with EPEL 8 when that becomes available, but it does not currently contain certbot and you still will have to wait for it to be built. It may be a few months before EPEL 8 has most or ...


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(you didn't mention which Ubuntu release you're running, my examples are from 18.04 LTS) update-alternatives only works for packages which use the Debian alternatives system. Those packages invoke the update-alternatives command in their maintainer scripts, and have symlinks that point into the /etc/alternatives directory. Looking at python3, we see that ...


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just tried on my (same) distro, it worked, you may try commands below : yum clean all ; yum install python36


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You remove elements from list disksize that iterated in for. Don't do this.


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use sed -e 's/\n/\\n/g' privkey.rsa to change your priv key and it an be parsed


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The results of a python ldap3 search are not only attributes but tuples of the form (dn, attributess, raw_attributes), where: dn: a string containing the DN (distinguished name) of the entry attributes : a dictionary of returned attributes and their values. Values are list. Values are in UTF-8 format raw_attributes: same as ‘attributes’ but not encoded (...


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The problem was simple enough: the reverse proxy configuration changes the HTTP request (HTTPS scheme to HTTP) which makes the Okta plugin (https://github.com/fangli/django-saml2-auth) fail with the obscure error. Adding the ASSERTION_URL entry to the SAML2_AUTH dict in you settings.py Django file does the trick.


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