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The setup is ubuntu 12.04 updated to the 3.8 kernel to be able to use juju locally, container created using bootstrap, but it does not start:

jmerelo@amy:~$ sudo lxc-start -n jmerelo-local-machine-1
lxc-start: failed to spawn 'jmerelo-local-machine-1'

The only problem in kern.log seems to be this

Nov 20 16:01:39 localhost kernel: [ 2102.918295] device veth7dHIov entered promiscuous mode
Nov 20 16:01:39 localhost kernel: [ 2102.919082] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): veth7dHIov: link is not ready

But I'm not sure it's related at all, except for the weird bridge name. Any idea of where I shoudl look? Or why it does not work?

I have restarted the machine and can confirm I am running in the new kernel.

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closed as off-topic by Jorge Castro, fossfreedom Apr 30 at 21:02

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Have you restarted the machine since you upgraded the kernel? Alternatively perhaps restart networking? –  thumper Nov 21 '13 at 3:07
    
Yep, restarted and checked that the new kernel was running. –  jjmerelo Nov 21 '13 at 8:59
    
This question hasn't been updated in a while and is using an unsupported version of Juju, so I'm going to vote to close it. If this is still an issue please try with Juju 1.18+, thanks! –  Jorge Castro Apr 30 at 20:52
    
No problem. Close it. –  jjmerelo May 1 at 7:14

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