ANSIBLE-MODULE-PATH and more
Apr 29, 2016
Error: ANSIBLE_MODULE_CONSTANTS not found in environment. Unable to figure out what constants were passed
This happened when trying to run run ansible directly from the repository checkup. I’m pretty sure it’s got something to do with a python misconfiguration, possibly because libraries from python2 and python3 are interfering.
I gave up on actually solving it and installed ansible with a
make && make install in the repository folder. It’s just one more step after every update and I’m actually happy to get rid of the slow shell startup script.
“description”: “The “appengine.applications.get” permission is required.”
Make sure you’re using the correct project id (not name!), have connected it to a billing acount and have created a default storage bucket (in App Engine -> Settings).
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