After trying to get a local kubernetes cluster running with conjure-up kubernets-core on Ubuntu 16.04.3, I wanted to reinstall everything and start over from scratch since my configuration did not succeed.

Basically killing juju applications and doing snap remove conjure-up and snap remove lxd. Once again I installed it with snap install conjure-up --classic. But now conjure-up kubernetes-core only displays "aws" in cloud list options, no other clouds and no localhost option that was there on first install. Also nothing happens when trying to proceed with "aws".

I've tried removing all caches and configuations that I can find, such as ~/.cache, ~/.config, ~/.local without success.

What's the proper way to really purge and re-install this?


I scrapped the conjure-up/juju/lxd and went for kubeadm instead. It was a much simpler approach for a local cluster with less dependencies, configuration and overhead.

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