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make sure you don't have any dhcp server on eth0, either by disabling the dhcp, or configuring in an isolated network environment before you pick an interface to deploy maas on with dhcp enabled


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I'm going to append a slight bundle modification below that should get you up and running. sample: services: ubuntu: charm: "cs:trusty/ubuntu" num_units: 1 mysql: to: lxc:ubuntu=0 charm: "cs:precise/mysql-27" num_units: 1 annotations: "gui-x": "139" "gui-y": "168" wordpress: to : ...


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I've seen anecdotal evidence on the juju mailing list that using juju from the juju stable ppa resolved this issue for at least one person. Here's the mailing list post


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Juju on Ubuntu 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 or read more here https://juju.ubuntu.com/install/ hope this helps


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In version 1.7 MAAS supports Windows, Centos and SuSE. Changelog


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This is being handled as a bug report: https://github.com/Ubuntu-Solutions-Engineering/openstack-installer/issues/374?


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I had a similar error. Not exactly the same, but the solution was to remove the lxcs. rm -rf /var/lib/lxc/offending-container-xx rm -rf /var/lib/juju/containers/offending-container-xx If someone comes across a similar error, hopefully this will help.


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Are there actual bugs filed about this? The keyboard layout having an effect on an automated process to download a file makes no sense to me at all. I would love to see bugs for this and see if anyone knows exactly WHY that would happen. More to the point, I don't doubt you, I just can't grok why that would happen and would love to know the root cause of ...


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I'm still working on etherwake but for the moment I have figured a few things out about how MAAS works. I was correct about editing the cluster interfaces with the ifconfig from the machine that runs it. However, what I didn't know was that I have to forward the traffic from IPv4 to the internal LAN as well. In this case, I connect to the internet via wlan0 ...


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Try Juju: Configuring for Amazon Web Services


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Please try to check whether the MAAS has been taken out of both the machines using the command ~/.juju/environments/maas.jenv After doing the above try to use the SSH. It helps to connect.


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I had the same issue! You simply must set the MAC Address using UPPERCASE, so instead of e4:1f:13:2d:8b:28 it must be E4:1F:13:2D:8B:28


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first login mass from console by using this link https://maas.ubuntu.com/docs/maascli.html#cli then using sudo maas root node-groups import-boot-images when i did i got the message Import of boot images started on all cluster controllers



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