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I need a way to manage LXC containers on Ubuntu Server 12.04 - similar to what Proxmox is. Googling indicates that openstack is one option - would this work?

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OpenStack can manage virtual machine instances, and LXC deployments on bare metal.

It might be overkill for your scenario though, it requires a database server, message qeueue server, and many components to be configured (nova, swift, keystone, horizon, etc.).

If you do decide to try OpenStack, I suggest you get started with the devstack scripts:

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Simple webpanel for Ubuntu from 12.04 is

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Would be better if you could provide the gist of the answer here. – i08in Dec 5 '13 at 8:05

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