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Re: reset ssh keys, even if only a public key in fedora?

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Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
| J. Randall Owens wrote:
|> Has anyone been able to actually upload their RSA key?  I reset my
|> password
|> easily enough, but now I keep getting 500 internal errors when I try
|> to upload
|> my RSA public key (at
|> https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/edit/myusername).  And
|> I've been
|> getting these 500s for a little while now, so I thought I'd ask.
| I looked through the logs and see that there was an error message
| regarding latitude and longitude when saving your information.  Latitude
| and longitude use isn't very well tested ATM, but I know that plain
| integers work.  If you are putting lat/long into the system, could you
| use those for now?
| if it still doesn't work, reply and i'll take another look.
| -Toshio

OK, I had already tried deleting the lat/long info, thinking it might be
something like that, but I'd guess it still considered it modified, and tried
sending empty lat/long info, which still caused the 500 I saw.  After a
completely fresh start, uploading works for me now.

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