susepaste command from openSUSE shell logins is failing with "Paste failed :-("
Multiple people in forums since yesterday have been unable to upload to susepaste.org via cmdline. https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/537339-GRUB-mashed-up-after-latest-Windows-10-Pro-update-(dual-boot-uefi)?p=2912905 has one. When I try I with two different 15.1 installations I repeatedly get "Paste failed :-(". I noticed when yesterday having trouble connecting to B.O.O., forums and elsewhere on opensuse.org, among the delay messages was "waiting for www.suse.com" that just sat unchanged in the status bar.
#2 Updated by cboltz about 2 years ago
The problem still exists, and gets discussed on the email@example.com mailinglist currently.
One user reported that replacing http with https in the susepaste script helps, but a) I can't reproduce that and b) susepaste in tumbleweed was changed and got the -s parameter.
Funnily creating the paste actually works (you'll find it if you check on https://paste.opensuse.org/lists ) - but the script tells you "Paste failed :-("
Some testing (adding an "echo") indicates that $URL seems to be empty, while I'd expect it to be set from the
curl ... | sed ... call.
If I drop the sed call, the curl result includes
< location: https://susepaste.org/73245968
but the script does
sed -n 's|<\ Location:\ ||p'
with an uppercase
Location, and unsurprisingly that doesn't match the lowercase
Do you have any idea why the server returns lowercase header names and, more important, can you please fix that? ;-)
#3 Updated by mrmazda over 1 year ago
https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse/2020-01/msg00429.html has an ostensibly fixed script.
#6 Updated by mrmazda over 1 year ago
#7 Updated by lrupp over 1 year ago
- Status changed from Closed to In Progress
- % Done changed from 100 to 20
Thanks. FYI: Added links to the bug and this issue at
Let's wait a few days for the developers...