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I usually setup my entire stack with apt-get packages, however I thought I might give Juju a try. I'm using a fresh copy of Ubuntu 13.04 on Azure.

I managed to install install the juju package and create the config file by running juju generate-config -w. However, I can't seem to move any further.

Attempting to run juju boostrap results in an error which requests that I provide an access-key or secret-key. I have no idea where to find these credentials or if I should be using OpenStack mode?

I could not seem to find any documentation specifically for configuring Juju on an Azure Ubuntu VM.

Any help would be appreciated!

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Juju now fully supports Windows Azure. First grab the client:

Then you need to make sure you have an Azure account. Then follow the configuration instructions here:

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Seems like it still didn't change. Ran over the same problem today. Why is JuJu listed here then?: windowsazure.com/en-us/manage/linux/other-resources/… –  Lilian A. Moraru Jun 17 '13 at 15:20
    
A comment from Luke B (that was posted as an answer): I'm guessing this has not yet been implemented? –  Alaa Ali Aug 20 '13 at 9:36

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