Since I use LXC alot, I've been waiting for the new go version of juju to support LXC again for sometime now!
I just reinstalled juju .7
I am running Ubuntu 13.04
my environment.yaml has - type: local
I followed this example from juju .6: https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/getting-started.html
just to see if JuJu would deploy mysql and wordpress to the lxc containers
Both mysql and wordpress successfully deployed and started..
I did expose wordpress.
$ juju status machines: 0: agent-state: running dns-name: localhost instance-id: local instance-state: running services: mysql: charm: cs:precise/mysql-21 relations: cluster: - mysql db: - wordpress units: mysql/0: agent-state: started machine: 0 public-address: 10.0.3.227 wordpress: charm: cs:precise/wordpress-15 exposed: true relations: db: - mysql loadbalancer: - wordpress units: wordpress/0: agent-state: started machine: 0 open-ports:  public-address: 10.0.3.123 relation-errors: db: - mysql 2013-06-02 21:27:49,612 INFO 'status' command finished successfully
I can ping the WordPress IP 10.0.3.123 from the host.
But WordPress is not accessible from host via browser - I assume because WordPress still reports open-ports: 
but this is all on local machine and I guess I'm asking is what should I have to do to open up port 80 to the JuJu WordPress container.