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I am new ubuntu user . I am looking forward to install juju core in ubuntu and learn how to use it. My environment :

Installed a VM using Oracle Virtual box. Ubuntu 13.10

How do i install and configure juju core in my environment. Also if someone can help me with some links on how can we establish connectivity between juju core and client.

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You probably want to start at Getting Started - that should get you up and running, and has links to configuring to use local LXC containers within your VM.

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There is a complete guide to installing, configuring and using Juju in the documentation, which you will find at:

Please let us know if it doesn't cover what you are looking for.

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Official Ubuntu juju documentation link

  1. An SSH key-pair. If you have not already set one up, you need to generate an appropriate keypair. On Linux : ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048

  2. To install Juju, you simply need to grab the latest juju-core package from the PPA:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install juju-core
  3. Then follow these steps Find the section called config-LXC in the juju documentation for more details

  4. In this official juju documentation Only follow section called Testing your setup

  5. If you want to create a charms in local environment try this juju documentation link

    Find the section called authors-charm-writing for more details

  6. If you want to install juju charms store

    juju deploy juju-gui
    juju expose juju-gui

Find the section called commands for more details

juju ssh <container-no>   /* login to the linux container */
juju status /* checking the status */
juju destroy-machine  /* destroy the linux container */ 
juju destroy-unit  /* destroy the an unit */ 
juju destroy-service  /* destroy a service */ 
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