i tried to integrate my Drone instance with Github.
Createt a new OAuth App at GitHub and pasted the id and secret.
When i try to Login im recieving the error
At this point i upgraded to 0.8 and im still recieving the same error.
Thats the Error printed by drone-server,
drone-server_1 | time="2017-10-10T07:36:28Z" level=error msg="cannot authenticate user. redirect_uri_mismatch The redirect_uri MUST match the registered callback URL for this application. https://developer.github.com/v3/oauth/#redirect-uri-mismatch"
I entered the correct data at GitHub.
Full URL to server and Callback url with
/authorize at the end.
What could cause this error?
/authorize isnt the redirect_uri anymore?
Can you make sure you have
DRONE_HOST=https://... in your settings as shown in http://docs.drone.io/release-0.8.0 ?
I’m on 0.8.1 and it works fine. Also make sure you don’t have a final slash somewhere in your callback URI.
Also make sure you have
DRONE_GITHUB set to true too.
I have all that.
I extactly followed the docs.
When i manually enter the url to authorize my oauth app it works.
Just something wrong with the callback.
Did you try deleting the oauth application from Github and recreating it from scratch ?
I think I faced this issue once and recreating the oauth app worked but I have no idea why. If this doesn’t work I have no idea what you could try next, sorry
Already tried that, didnt change anything
Is your drone in a private network that can’t be accessed from internet ? Maybe that’s the issue. Github will try to interact with your drone server. It’s the only thing I can think of if you’re sure you correctly set everything up.
Its accessible from outsite, already had it running with gogs.
I have no more ideas then… Sorry man
This error message tells me that the redirect url does not match what is configured in GitHub. The most common root cause for this error is either an incorrect configuration, or putting a reverse proxy or load balancer in front of Drone but no properly cconfiguring the
@bradrydzewski Thank you.
RequestHeader set X-Forwarded-Proto "https"
in my Apache config.