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Allow Ansible to run using Python 3 #625

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commented May 27, 2019

Some newer distros default to Python 3 by default, not 2, which causes Ansible to trigger these rules.

Allow Ansible to run using Python 3
Some newer distros default to Python 3 by default, not 2, which causes Ansible to trigger these rules.

falco-CLA-1.0-contributing-entity: 1500 Services Ltd
falco-CLA-1.0-signed-off-by: Chris Northwood <chris.northwood@1500cloud.com>

@cnorthwood cnorthwood force-pushed the cnorthwood:patch-1 branch from ec30bbf to 937f0ff May 27, 2019

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commented May 30, 2019

lgtm

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commented Jun 5, 2019

The cause of the test failures was a different sysdig change that was fixed in #635. I'll go ahead and merge these changes.

@mstemm mstemm merged commit 24b4d83 into falcosecurity:dev Jun 5, 2019

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