Stefan's suggestion to install latest EB cli tools worked for me. Much
better solution than recompiling git with openssl.
On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 9:58 AM, Stefan Senk <ste...@senktec.com> wrote:
> I've had a similar issue deploying to AWS ElasticBeanstalk after upgrading
> to Ubuntu 14.04. I found that downloading the latest version of the AWS
> ElasticBeanstalk CLI tools (AWS-ElasticBeanstalk-CLI-2.6.1.zip) and running
> AWSDevTools-RepositorySetup.sh again from within my git repository fixed
> the issue. I can now deploy again via "git aws.push". I also had to install
> python-boto (sudo apt-get install python-boto), as the first time I ran git
> aws.push it complained that module was missing.
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