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It is unclear if you are on Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora or any other RPM-based linux-distribution.
But indeed as Vic kind of points out, have you enabled (at least) the EPEL repository?
Have a look at Getting started with OpenStack EPEL, "Enable EPEL repositories", how to get going.

Furtheron, use this guide as a reference: OpenStack Installation Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora

This guide shows you how to install OpenStack by using packages available through Fedora 17 as well as on RHEL and derivatives through the EPEL repository.

It is unclear if you are on Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora or any other RPM-based linux-distribution.
But indeed as Vic kind of points out, have you enabled (at least) the EPEL repository?
Have a look at Getting started with OpenStack EPEL, "Enable EPEL repositories", how to get going.

Furtheron, use this guide as a reference: OpenStack Installation Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora

This guide shows you how to install OpenStack by using packages available through Fedora 17 as well as on RHEL and derivatives through the EPEL repository.

It is unclear if you are on Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora or any other RPM-based linux-distribution.
But indeed as Vic kind of points out, have you enabled (at least) the EPEL repository?
Have a look at Getting started with OpenStack EPEL, "Enable EPEL repositories", how to get going.

Furtheron, use this guide as a reference: OpenStack Installation Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora

This guide shows you how to install OpenStack by using packages available through Fedora 17 as well as on RHEL and derivatives through the EPEL repository.