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I wanted to try MAAS out so I installed the server in VirtualBox VM. After installation completion, nothing seemed to happen. I got "Internal server problem" when I tried accessing xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/MAAS. I already update and ran sudo maas createsuperuser but nothing seemed to change.

Looking at Apache2 log I found a lot of python error. At the end of the stack is

DBUSException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.FileInvalid: Cannot do system-bus activation with no-user.

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@mateo_salta MAAS is ubuntu related. –  Jorge Castro May 15 '12 at 17:16
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I had the same problem using VMware vSphere 5.0. I solved it by installing build-essential, linux source and VMware Tools.

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Hi I had this problem too. In my setup it's the avahi-daemon that don't starts at boot. After sudo service avahi-daemon start everything runs fine.

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