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Timeout error when trying to get a https website with Python+Selenium
I am trying to use Python + Selenium to login to some website and parse information. I want this project to be hosted at a droplet.
When I try to access the website in headless mode, Selenium drivers just load empty pages. Besides, I tried to use xvfb and pyvirtualdisplay to run non-headless mode. In this case, I got a Chrome error page stating that Chrome can’t connect to a network.
I disabled ufw, removed all IPTABLES rules. Interesting fact is that when I use Firefox driver in headless mode, I get a Timeout error.
On my PC I am able to run the same code using same settings and selenium drivers and access the website.
So the question is: Are there any network restrictions for DigitalOcean droplets? Why am I running into Timeout errors? Thanks
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