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You're trying to use the repository for Ubuntu 12.04 (precise). This is no longer supported. Change your repository to point to Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty) or Ubuntu 14.10 (utopic).


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Ubuntu comes with a bare nova.conf and you are expected to add in all the other options. From the 1st link: You would need to add those sections (ie. [database], [glance], and [keystone_authtoken] sections.) , if the docs don't make it clear, please report it as a bug :) Packages should include at least the upstream example configuration ...


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Try to set: no_proxy=10.16.37.215 this should help


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Run this command on both landscape/0 and landscape-msg/0: sudo lsctl status Looks like the landscape services are down. Or at least the path from apache to them, which looks like this: apache ---> haproxy ---> backend services (app, msg, ping, etc)


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From your 2nd attempt paste, looks like you hit https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju-core/+bug/1425435. Can you try upgrading your python-jujuclient package to the version in this PPA and see if it fixes your problem? https://launchpad.net/~ahasenack/+archive/ubuntu/python-jujuclient


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You can ssh to each node as ubuntu@ip using the ssh-rsa key you installed or generated during setup of MaaS


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For installing Horizon Dashboard on localhost just try link below: https://horizon-openstack-dashboard.readthedocs.org/en/latest/quickstart.html It work!


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For Installing Horizon dashboard and configure please try this link below Surely this will works.. [1] http://ubuntu-cloud-installer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/single-installer.guide.html [2] http://www.server-world.info/en/note?os=Ubuntu_14.04&p=openstack_icehouse&f=10 [3] https://answers.launchpad.net/horizon/+question/210533


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I've found this solution Landscape OpenStack Installation Requirements Checklist changed the bus disk from virtio in IDE on virt-manager for each vnode I've resolved that. Now all Checklist are green


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Landscape queries MAAS to determine which nodes have multiple network devices. Does MAAS show at least one of the nodes as having two or more MAC addresses connected to networks e.g. if you go on the node page, it should say something like 'AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF (on maas-eth1)' If your nodes are on a secondary network which is not MAAS managed, you will have to ...



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