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I have attempted to install MAAS on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and 13.04, but on both I cannot connect to the region controller via a web browser for the post installation per the guide.

I can connect to the default Apache webpage without issue. Reviewing the Apache error log, on both instances I see the following error:

[Sat May 04 20:48:53 2013] [error] [client] Files does not exist: /var/www/maas

I used the troubleshooting guide ( but everything checked out. Is there an issue with the MAAS package / installation option?

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The URL is http://<server>/MAAS, not http://<server>/maas.

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Interesting, Safari must have been changing it to lowercase whereas Internet Explorer would keep it in upper. I am somewhat surprised it is case sensitive with the configuration... But thanks for the clarification. – Michael Bruton May 5 '13 at 19:25

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