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    Julio González Gil
    @juliogonzalez
    either that, or osc told me that the release started, but something failed
    I really need to fix the script I created to do this, instead of calling osc manually
    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel
    No problem, just wanted to point out :)
    Another thing - I was thinking about writing Ansible modules for managing Uyuni content (e.g. creating users, software channels, etc.). Do you think it would be useful for someone?
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    @paususe if you're going to do weird things with winexe, you should just have your Samba team enable the built-in one in Samba
    if you can't do that, use this fork: https://gitlab.com/ibotty/winexe
    Ricardo Mateus
    @rjmateus
    @stdevel we have a set of salt states which allows you to configure some content on Uyuni. Package is named uyuni-config-modules
    one can create salt states and run them locally to your uyuni server
    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel
    Nice, thanks for sharing @rjmateus
    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel
    Is there a way to find out which patches have been installed on a system? I see that there is getRelevantErrata and getUnscheduledErrata, but there is nothing for installed patches. I tried to workaround by reading all actions to see patch installations. Unfortunately, these actions don't include the former errata ID.
    What's the difference between getRelevantErrata and getUnscheduledErrata?
    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
    @stdevel i need exactly same information and also wanted to start looking through completed actions... Will look into this on Friday again....
    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel

    I found a workaround for me - maybe this also helps you @rpasche.

    I simply read all recent tasks and filter for "Combined Patch Update" - then exclude the patch name (e.g. openSUSE-2021-1337) using Regex. After that I retrieve patch information by name (errata.getDetails) and have detail information I needed. It's a little bit hacky, but works for me now.

    But it could be problematic once actions become archived, I guess.

    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
    @stdevel This is what i wanted to try... On Friday.... Thanks
    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
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    @stdevel Thanks for sharing. Currently, I'm somehow missing the information how to retrieve all patches that have been applied by an action.
    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel
    Ah I see it's a different action type. Have you tried running getHostActions (I think the call is named like this) and checking the JSON result? Looks like it's a different format.
    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
    Ah...think what could work is to get the system ids from the completed Patch Update actions and look into the "history" of that system
    @stdevel Will have a look. Thanks for the tip.
    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
    Will look further into this "history". Looks promising. With the exact name of the completed action with type Patch Update you can search for that name within the event history for that system. Near the end you'll find something like this.
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    Christian Stankowic
    @stdevel
    That looks great, you're very close to the solution I guess :D
    You're welcome!
    Robert Paschedag
    @rpasche
    Ok. Got a first working version. Now waiting for management feedback, what might still be missing...
    Pau Garcia Quiles
    @paususe
    @cbosdo @riyakalra is interested in the "convert virtual systems page to React" for GSoC 2021
    Riya Kalra
    @riyakalra
    Hello
    I am interested in this this project. I am MERN stack developer and familiar with React. Please guide me to setup and get started with this project.
    Cedric Bosdonnat
    @cbosdo
    Good to know you're wanting to start on this @riyakalra !
    I'm just back from a week of vacation and have to deal with multiple things at the same time here, give me some more time to dive in the topic
    Riya Kalra
    @riyakalra
    Sure! Till then I will try to get familiar with the project
    Sahil Shubham
    @sahil-shubham

    Hello everyone, I have been stuck at trying to setup uyuni for around a day and it would be really helpful if someone could help with some of my questions/issues privately.

    I tried looking for answers in this channel but couldn't find anything, I would add the solutions to my issues here after getting through them so as to help anyone like me in the future. Thank you.

    Pau Garcia Quiles
    @paususe
    @sahil-shubham what's the trouble? I'd suggest asking in the 'users' room, so that other people see the questions and can help too
    Sahil Shubham
    @sahil-shubham
    @paususe Understood, I will list out my problems there. Thank you for the quick reply.
    Pau Garcia Quiles
    @paususe
    OK
    Taiga Matsunaga
    @Tiger-0512

    Hi, I'm a graduate student at Kyoto University in Japan and majoring in CS.
    I'd like to participate in Google Summer of Code 2021 at Uyuni(openSUSE).
    I would appreciate if you help me.

    @paususe
    I'm building my environments and want to sign up OBS, but I can't.
    I show what I did below.

    • Register my account with email addresses (I tried two addresses, one of them is university email and the other is my personal gmail address)
    • Verify my account with the link in email
    • Try to log in on this page
    • Get error message "The username/password combination you entered is invalid. Please try again, or recover it from here. Important: If you haven't done already, please start the migration of your community account by following the guideline at the Community Account Migration page."

    Secondly, I tried to log in on IDP portal, but it didn't work too and get the error message.
    "You are not authorized to perform this action.
    Server error message: Either username or password is incorrect or you are not allowed to use this service.”

    I'm sorry that I wrote my post in the wrong channel and repost several times.

    Alexander Graul
    @agraul
    @Tiger-0512 please send an email with the same content to admin@opensuse.org including your email address that you want to use in the future. I'm sure they can help you out with your account
    Taiga Matsunaga
    @Tiger-0512
    @agraul Thank you for your reply. I sent an email to admin@opensuse.org with your advice! While I wait the reply, I’ll learn Uyuni!
    Pau Garcia Quiles
    @paususe
    @agraul thank you!
    Riya Kalra
    @riyakalra
    Hi @rjmateus, I have been trying to run terraform apply on opensuse leap 15.2 but gettin Error: Invalid index: The given key does not identify an element in this collection value.
    Please have a look at this log file and let me know what could be the possible reason behind this and how can I solve it.
    Riya Kalra
    @riyakalra
    Here is the main.tf file for your deference
    Ricardo Mateus
    @rjmateus
    Hey @riyakalra
    You have marked the resource module.server.module.server.module.host.null_resource.provisioning as tainted. This was your goal?
    Looks like some error when creating/applying this resource
    The log doesn't say much, and for further investigation debug mod probably would be needed
    Ricardo Mateus
    @rjmateus
    This can happen when the environment and the state file get incoerinte. If you don't mind to recreate the all environment, the easiest way would be delete all deployed by sumaform, remove the terraform.tfstate file and .terraform foulder. Then recreate the environment with terraform init and then terraform apply
    Pau Garcia Quiles
    @paususe
    @riyakalra alternative approach to set up a development environment if you are having trouble with sumaform: https://github.com/uyuni-project/uyuni/wiki/Uyuni-development-in-no-time
    Riya Kalra
    @riyakalra
    Thankyou so much. I will try this approach and revert back