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Solved... It was just a stupid typo.... Sorry guys..


Totally agree with Robert, it is one of the best episode!!

I was following the tutorial, attempting to test out deployment with Rubber. Managed to survive from the Duplicated rules error, creating instance error, etc but I was finally stopped by the infinite connection loop:

** Instance running, fetching hostname/ip data
Trying to enable root login
* 2014-01-16 15:36:41 executing rubber:_ensure_key_file_present'
* 2014-01-16 15:36:41 executing
* executing "sudo -p 'sudo password: ' bash -l -c 'mkdir -p /root/.ssh && cp /home/ubuntu/.ssh/authorized_keys /root/.ssh/'"
servers: ["---.---.---.---"]
** Can't connect as user ubuntu to ---.---.---.---, assuming root allowed
* 2014-01-16 15:36:44 executing rubber:_direct_connection_---.---.---.---_673'
* executing "echo"
servers: ["---.---.---.---"]
** Failed to connect to ---.---.---.---, retrying
* 2014-01-16 15:36:48 executing
* executing "echo"
servers: ["---.---.---.---"]
** Failed to connect to ---.---.---.---, retrying
* 2014-01-16 15:36:53 executing `rubber:_direct_connection
* executing "echo"
servers: ["---.---.---.---"]
The IP is masked...
I have tried a lot of different things:

Manually connect to new instance with ssh and the key
Double check the rubber.yml to see if the key path is correct
Run the cap command in -v
Check if the instance I defined is the same as the default ami type

They all seems Correct so I think there must be something with the command used for rubber to connect and run the "sudo -p 'sudo password: ' bash -l -c 'mkdir -p /root/.ssh && cp /home/ubuntu/.ssh/authorized_keys /root/.ssh/'". However there's no where I can see what Rubber was talking to my instance. I tried to get into the source code but it lead me to no where too.

I have done quite a number of googling and it seems like it is quite a common error but no real solution to this. Can anyone suggest what's likely to be the problem? Thank you.