(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 https://github.com/hybridauth/hybridauth/releases is installed.
Facebook is configured correctly and the website is pointing (in facebook) to the root of drupal (https://mywebsite.net/, 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 (https://mywebsite.net/, https://mywebsite.net, /, [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).