I tried a basic native installation of Juniper Alpha 1 on Friday December 20.
2 early problems.
Since I was installing on AWS, I was using ssh with the user ubuntu to connect to the server. After the installation, I could no longer use ssh with the user ubuntu because a line was added to the contents of /etc/ssh/sshd_config:
AllowUsers automated_user #automated_users_allowed_to_ssh
I had to comment that line in order to be able to ssh to the server with the user ubuntu. I previously mentioned this problem in one of our private chats on November 17.
As is, I cannot use the default accounts to connect to the LMS or the CMS because JWT is not configured properly in the defaults lms.env.conf and cms.env.conf files generated during the installation.
Error logs show:
As I mentioned previously in another topic, it would be very useful to the community if we had instructions on how to create the different keys and know where to put the values in right places in the JSON files under /edx/app/edxapp. I don’t think this is a far fetched suggestion because not everyone using or installing Open edX will be a crypto expert.
I will keep looking on Monday December 23 as it is my last day of work this year.
Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Happy New Year.