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Cannot connect to kubectl proxy #14
I did a clear installation, and I had few issues
This is not exactly true with new version of Kubernetes, which is included in actual package. You have to use RBAC authentification according to Kubernetes documentation. I am still fighting how to get rid of this message
and tunneling it through SSH to my localhost
Can you please help. I cannot even get pods even when I use
and use selected tokens because tokens has low privileges
I need a token with system.master privileges but I have no idea how to get it.
This is what I normally do and what works:
For this I never needed to do anything with certificates etc. These should be all in the
firstly I am very happy with your prompt and fast response. When I copied kubeconfig to my local machine I was able to see login screen to dashboard on
Unfortunately I was not able to login with kubeconfig. I had to create an user following documentation here
After this I was able to login to Dashboard with Token
It would be perfect if you would be update documentation also for others because it is very difficult for a person who is beginning with Kubernetes to start when a lot of things is not working out of the box even in demo installation.
TBH, the login screen in the dashboard should normally not appear. If it does, I think there is some button to either continue or skip it (I do not have it installed right now to check it). Since the AWS Minikube is more or less intended for development work, the Dashboard is deployed with the rights it needs and should not require login. I will have a look why the login screen appears sometimes. Thanks.