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The issue was related to the fact that the NFS was not configured correctly on the Ubuntu machines. When I did ls -l the file owner and group were nobody nogroup. Once I fixed the NFS configuration, everything went well.


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Just to complete things: nslookup just asks the given DNS server for the assigned A-record, it does NOT guarantee, that the device behind that record actually HAS that IP. Even when the device has the correct IP (ex.: fixed IP of the device matches the one provided by DNS) - it doesn't guarantee the device is configured to respond to pings. This is a ...


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As you clearly mentioned that you dont want to see that error in future , you can use --allow-unauthenticated flag. --allow-unauthenticated Ignore if packages can't be authenticated and don't prompt about it. This is useful for tools like pbuilder. Configuration Item: APT::Get::AllowUnauthenticated. usage: apt-get ...


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The problem seems to be in the Apache2 server PATH (saved in tmp), as referenced in: https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/8307/lockfailed-failed-to-create-usrshareopenstack-dashboardopenstack_dashboardlocalb-api01dummy-1-3096/ and https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/13952/horizon-apache-launch-error/ to solve this, I changed the LOCAL_PATH value in ...


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I made a tool to simplify the entire task. You can download it from this link. Also, you can have a look at the code if you are more interested to know the backend functioning. Download the zip file,extract them, go to the location of extracted files in terminal and following commands would help you: * bash main.sh : to set and unset proxy. * bash ...



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