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  1. I'm a little late to the game here, but I had a ton of issues trying to get this working.

    From CentOS not being supported anymore, so the repos are all busted, to Ansible trying to use python2 instead of python3 to run commands.

    I finally got it working, so I wanted to drop some knowledge nuggets for other folks that might find this in 2022 and beyond.

    To use something RHEL based but with working repos, I went with Scientific Linux 7.

    The only workaround I could find with the python3 issue was to add the following to the linux group after the nodes:


    my.server.node.fqdn ansible_python_interpreter=/usr/bin/python3

    hope this helps anyone who finds it!

  2. I have to say this is the most helpful video I’ve seen in a while. I’m a Student Sys Admin at my college and I was tasked to make an ansible server for our student GNS3 severs in order to automate lab creation. Needless to say I was very lost and found your video shortly after… I have seen the light!!! Keep doing what you’re doing, I’ve always loved your content!