Thank you for your reply, I tried your suggestion but it didn’t like the public key!
The first time I tried it I got this error:
#!/bin/sh -eo pipefail# Unable to parse YAML
# while scanning a simple key# in ‘string’, line 68, column 11:
# '-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----# ^
# could not find expected ':'# in ‘string’, line 80, column 45:
# ... D8bdNZ+Vj+sN+L6L4QOy28CAwEAAQ=='# ^
# Warning: This configuration was auto-generated to show you the message above.# Don’t rerun this job. Rerunning will have no effect.
So I removed the last line of the public key: -----END PUBLIC KEY-----’ which makes the yaml valid, but now I get an error from LexikJWTAuthenticationBundle:
Unable to create a signed JWT from the given configuration.
I tried generating another key, but it ends with the same ==
Anyway around this?