Canonical Kubernetes Kubectl Fix The connection to the server localhost:8080 was refused

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    1. Author

      No problem, hit me up so we can collaborate on some projects.

  2. Thank you so much for this post!!
    Struggled for so many days with this issue and it had driven me nuts…
    Solution is so simple 😀

    1. Author

      No problem. Drove me nuts too. I posted this fix to Canonical, and they agreed. It’s easy when programming to forget that some users don’t have the same setup and steps can get missed.

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