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Have you followed Havana installation guide for steps other that apt-get install openstack-dashborad ? you can find it here http://docs.openstack.org/havana/install-guide/install/apt/content/install_dashboard.html check also the note for Ubuntu users Remove the openstack-dashboard-ubuntu-theme package. This theme prevents translations, several menus as ...
Some observations about your setup: The guide you were following is unfortunately outdated and incorrect in places. It refers using the Python version of juju, not the currently supported and maintained juju-core. Try removing your environments.yaml from ~/.juju and also make sure you remove any ~/.juju/environments/*.jenv (beware, that if you remove the ...
use apt-get clean -y && apt-get autoremove -y Also DebOrphan finds Orphaned packages.In Synaptic select Status in lower left and then select not installed.Then remove all not installed. After you have enough space to install FSlint use it to free up more space.This excellin tool cleans up more than any other program in linux I know.
Restarting the machine actually helped me. Unfortunately, I could not figure what exactly went wrong. However, have a look at the following before you bang your head in frustration: Check the log file located at /etc/rsyncd.conf for minute typos. The log file can give you subtle details of why rsync is failing to start, check the logs. They are located ...
The issue you were having is due to a bug in Juju: https://bugs.launchpad.net/cloud-archive/+bug/1240667, which I just fixed and tested successfully on EC2 using openstack-dashboard charm deployed on the bootstrap node. The fix will be included in the next development (1.17.3) or stable (1.18.0) version of juju-core. The problem was on precise (12.04) ...
OK I repeated the same practice without "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" and the error was gone.
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