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ssh -Q cipher reports the ciphers supported by the ssh client, not the server. One way to verify that you have successfully removed the cipher foo from the server configuration is to explicitly use it for your connection: ssh -oCiphers=foo localhost relevant excerpt from ssh.c option processing: case 'Q': cp = NULL; ...


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It looks like you're looking for this: https://jujucharms.com/u/james-sapara/aws-ec2-elb/ Juju will only deploy things without a namespace, like juju deploy foo if the charm has been through rigorous testing and maintenance. For this specific charm you'd have to add the person's username to deploy: juju deploy cs:~james-sapara/precise/aws-ec2-elb-1 ...


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In order to use AWS RDS someone has to write a charm for that specific service. I searched the charm store: https://jujucharms.com/store and was not able to find a charm that will leverage RDS directly, you'd have to use a generic instance with either MySQL, Percona, or MariaDB. If you're interested in modifying the existing MySQL charm to use RDS you ...



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