try deleting the certificate and accepting it again
@DavidARivkin If that doesn't work, the other option would be to use other browsers like Mozilla Firefox.
We dont allow other browsers for security reasons. The certificate is from the site, not stored locally and as you can see, it has been REVOKED. That is a huge security warning sign that needs to be addressed by the site IT staff.
@DavidARivkin are you still getting certificate issues?
I just tried again to log-in. I still get Certificate REVOKED errors.
And considering this is a new PC with totally new install of Linux and Chrome, this is clearly not a cache related issue.
thanks, I will get it sorted out.
Hi, great service you offer, much appreciated; power hardware is hard to get for non commercial development
How do you generate the images? I need an up to date ppc64 image and wanted to use the debian ppc64 port for that. Can I use an iso and install it or do i need to use debootstrap?
@JoelLinn usually we get what is provided by the distro
@jr-santos98 may be able to share some info regarding custom images.
@JoelLinn You will probably find the image you need by going to the website of the desired distro. And looking for ppc64. We use image for cloud, but there is also iso.
@rpsene I tried to get around building an image from scratch...
When creating an instance from an ISO image, doesn't it add an hard drive? Because there is just the ISO and no hard drive. How would one install from an ISO then like @jr-santos98 and @bencz suggested?
"The first step is to create a common Debian image, which can be done using several different approaches." what kind of approach can be used?
@bencz@JoelLinn How you used a qcow2 image. Probably, when you created the VM, OpenStack injected your ssh key there. Try to access the VM over an ssh connection. If you’ve never done this in the minicloud, we have this tutorial: https://github.com/Unicamp-OpenPower/minicloud/wiki
I downloaded the Debian image from the link I sent here .... I tried to connect via ssh but was unsuccessful ...