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I have added two nodes in my maas and they both are in ready state. i have also created the file "environments.yaml" and entered the following lines in this file

environments:
 maas:
  type: maas
  maas-server: 'http://192.168.216.129:80/MAAS'
  maas-oauth: '${W8QsbnRnV9UZWa28rn:he6edDat92ntkDqCEd:ubRPgpbGpvTHxK9zWNyJ2EgaK6QS5QRa}'
  admin-secret: 'nothing'
  default-series: precise

but after that when i entered the 'juju bootstrap' command, i got the following error

2012-08-10 01:38:48,519 INFO Bootstrapping environment 'maas' (origin: distro type: maas)...
Bootstrap aborted because file storage is not writable: The supplied storage credentials were not accepted by the server
2012-08-10 01:38:49,721 ERROR Bootstrap aborted because file storage is not writable: The supplied storage credentials were not accepted by the server
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Is there any answer to this question? I have the same problem here. –  tommasop Oct 8 '12 at 8:25
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This seems to me like it is an error of the maas-oauth credentials. AFAIK, it should be:

W8QsbnRnV9UZWa28rn:he6edDat92ntkDqCEd:ubRPgpbGpvTHxK9zWNyJ2EgaK6QS5QRa

without the ${...}, instead of

${W8QsbnRnV9UZWa28rn:he6edDat92ntkDqCEd:ubRPgpbGpvTHxK9zWNyJ2EgaK6QS5QRa}
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changing this only changes the error –  tommasop Oct 8 '12 at 8:21
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In the Django settings file there's a setting called MEDIA_ROOT. It needs to point at a directory that the user running MAAS has permission to write to.

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