Error validating

(test-docker-machine) Opening firewall ports (test-docker-machine) Creating instance (test-docker-machine) Waiting for Instance (test-docker-machine) Uploading SSH Key Waiting for machine to be running, this may take a few minutes...

Be advised that this will trigger a Docker daemon restart which will stop running containers.$ docker-machine regenerate-certs test-docker-machine Regenerate TLS machine certs? (y/n): y Regenerating TLS certificates Waiting for SSH to be available...

# Set it to use LDAP Authentication with Hive Server2 and Impala.

The easiest way to check whether you’re trying to display posts from a personal profile instead of a page or group is to view your page on Facebook and see whether you have ‘Friends’, ‘Likes’ or ‘Members’.

If you’re using the profile to represent a business, organization, product, public figure or something else other than yourself, then we’d advise converting your profile to a page per Facebook’s recommendation: as there are many advantages to using pages over profiles.

It is in fact against Facebook policies to use a profile to represent something other than yourself (see ‘Why should I convert my profile to a page’ in the link above).

Some posts are filtered out by the plugin as they aren’t useful, such as ‘__ commented on their own status’, or if you are choosing to only show certain post types.

Setting Docker configuration on the remote daemon...$ docker-machine env test-docker-machine Error checking TLS connection: Error checking and/or regenerating the certs: There was an error validating certificates for host "104.76": dial tcp 104.76: i/o timeout You can attempt to regenerate them using 'docker-machine regenerate-certs [name]'.

When troubleshooting SAML configuration/log-in issues, be sure to enable DEBUG mode for the SAML module.

The hybridauth library 2.8.2 from is installed.

Facebook is configured correctly and the website is pointing (in facebook) to the root of drupal (, the URL is equal to what the facebook configuration in drupal points: You must set Site URL to ...). The redirect URL after login/error is empty, but I already tried several combinations from putting the full link (,, /, [site:url] - token is installed and enabled). Would be really nice if someone can help with the issue (https:// is working, but it does not map the user information back to the drupal user profile).


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