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I need to install Juju with GUI. How can I do that? I tried many commands and scripts, but it doesn't work.

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Where, Windows, MacOS or Ubuntu/Linux? –  Braiam Nov 12 '13 at 1:23
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You will find detailed Juju setup instructions here: https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/

Then for the GUI. After you have bootstrapped your environment with:

juju bootstrap

You simply deploy it to your environment with:

juju deploy juju-gui

It will take some time to deploy so you can use watch to see when it's started:

watch -n 30 juju status

That will run juju status every 30s so you can see when it's up and running. Once the juju-gui/0 machine says that it's started it can now be accessed via its public address listed in the juju status output. If you are trying to access it via a public network, say via the browser without creating a ssh tunnel, you will need to expose it first by running:

juju expose juju-gui
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