[openstack-dev] RDO, packstack, Keypair creation is failing

Flavio Percoco flavio at redhat.com
Fri Jan 8 13:54:51 UTC 2016

Hey Thales,

This is not a support mailing list but a development one. To have
support on RDO specific matters, I recommend you to join the RDO
mailing list[0]. You can also join the openstack one[1].

[0] http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/rdo-list
[1] http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack


On 07/01/16 23:37 +0000, Thales wrote:
>I'm trying to learn OpenStack via RDO, so I downloaded packstack.  I went to
>this link to start on RDO
>I set up a fixed IP in CentOS 7.    CentOS 7 is a guest OS.   I'm using
>Virtualbox as my virtual machine, and Windows 10 is my host OS.  I'm using a
>Bridged adpater for Virtual Box.
>I downloaded and installed RDO via packstack.
>I then went here:
>I went there to learn how to run an instance, and on step three on that page,
>"Create or Import a Pair", I  received an error.    The error occurred when I
>tried to "create" the key.  It error was "Keypair data is invalid: failed to
>generate fingerprint (HTTP 400)".     I also tried to import a key, by
>generating one on the command line.  However, in both cases it failed.  I got
>some guidance from this video
>,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYTctLuPbOs, but that didn't do the trick for
>me, either.
>  I have been looking around for similar problems on the web, and I found a
>couple, but none of the solutions worked for me.
>  Does anyone have any idea what his could be?   I'm really just learning now,
>so I'm sure it's got to be something rudimentary.
>  Thanks for any help!
>  ...John

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Flavio Percoco
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