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He is not trying to install it on Windows 7. Windows here is just a host for Linux VM. Yes, Ubuntu is the best OS for beginners. No, you don't have to use a VM, though VM is supported. The SSH problem has nothing to do with Openstack -- you should be able to SSH even before installing Openstack. Did you install OpenSSH-Server after Ubuntu installation? Are you sure if it's running? what SSH client and server port did you used? I don't know where you see the VM side error, but that error seems related to block storage, and I believe is not a problem you should concern at this time.

He is not trying to install it on Windows 7. Windows here is just a host for Linux VM. Yes, Ubuntu is the best OS for beginners. No, you don't have to use a VM, though VM is supported. The When you say try to SSH problem has nothing to instance, do you mean you try to SSH to a VM you created with Openstack -- you should be able to SSH even before installing Openstack. installed? If so, did you use floating IP? Did you install OpenSSH-Server after Ubuntu installation? Are you sure if it's running? what have security group opened for your SSH client and server port did you used? I don't know where you see the VM side error, but that error seems related to block storage, and I believe is not a problem you should concern at this time.client?

He is not trying to install it on Windows 7. Windows here is just a host for Linux VM. Yes, Ubuntu is the best OS for beginners. No, you don't have to use a VM, though VM is supported. When you say try to SSH to instance, do you mean you try to SSH to a VM you created with Openstack you installed? If so, did you use floating IP? Did you have security group opened for your SSH client?