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I've resolved that Installing MaaS from a fresh Ubuntu Server 14.04lts ISO, then I've upgraded it via ppa repositories as reported on guide, then I continue to follow the guide but I've reported other new errors signed in this new "Ask Question" how to install Ubuntu Openstack - Canonical Distribution on a virtual environment
Yes You can do it. Go to Help shape the future of Ubuntu... Set all input value to 0 But in last input do this steps: At first, Right click on the last input and select inspect element And then set the value to 0.5 (exp.) then click on Pay with PayPal And you will see this:
Regular donation? You cannot give less than 1$ to ubuntu via the standard contribution page. There is probably a practical reason for this: receiving payments also costs money. If payments are small (here < 1$) it will cost more money to accept the payment/contribution than the money that Ubuntu will make with the contribution. This could be exploited ...
No, not through a donation: The website where the donation page is shown when you download Ubuntu accepts decimals in the input but it does not accept it after you confirm and will change it to a whole dollar minimum. Simple reason: it probably will cost more to accept the amount than the amount itself. But there is a way. Sort of. The closest you get to ...
Your error is Database.connect(**conn_params)\n File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/psycopg2/__init__.py", line 179, in connect\n connection_factory=connection_factory, async=asyn c)\ndjango.db.utils.OperationalError: could not connect to server: Connection refused\n\tIs the server running on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting\n\tTCP/IP ...
here you go ! this is the official address !
Ubuntu OpenStack: the Canonical distribution deploys OpenStack in Canonical's reference architecture. The mechanism through which you install OpenStack uses Landscape to talk to MAAS and Juju and deploy the charms in that architecture. You get added benefit from Landscape doing the work because it helps you monitor your OpenStack setup after it's installed. ...
Juju charms for OpenStack deployment by default use the packages available in the distribution, for instance if you deploy trusty then you're getting Icehouse packages being pulled from the Ubuntu archive. The "Canonical Distribution" is based on the same packages, but is deployed in a standard reference architecture by Landscape automation, and is a brand ...
Juju asks MAAS for a new machine, but both machines are already allocated as you indicate, so MAAS doesn't have any machine available to hand off to juju. Juju doesn't keep an inventory of what's available in MAAS, it just asks MAAS to get a new machine with a set of constraints. You have commission your machines and then deploy wordpress. I hope this ...
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