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Seems it is the problem with stack user creation. Initially in the devstack folder run the ./stack.sh it will asks you for stack user creation for example, root@openstack:~/devstack# ./stack.sh You are running this script as root. If you need an account to run DevStack, do this (as root, heh) to create a non-root account: /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh then run the file root@openstack:~/devstack# /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh It will create stack user and adds the stack user to sudoers file. Now follow this steps 1. su stack 2. clone devstack 3. switch to stable/kilo 4. ./stack.sh

Seems it is the problem with stack user creation. Initially in the devstack folder run the ./stack.sh ./stack.sh it will asks you for stack user creation for example, root@openstack:~/devstack# ./stack.sh You are running this script as root. If you need an account to run DevStack, do this (as root, heh) to create a non-root account: /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh then run the file root@openstack:~/devstack# /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh It will create stack user and adds the stack user to sudoers file. Now follow this steps 1. su stack 2. clone devstack 3. switch to stable/kilo 4. ./stack.sh

Seems it is the problem with stack user creation. Initially in the devstack folder run the ./stack.sh it will asks you for stack user creation for example, root@openstack:~/devstack# ./stack.sh You are running this script as root. If you need an account to run DevStack, do this (as root, heh) to create a non-root account: /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh then run the file root@openstack:~/devstack# /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh It will create stack user and adds the stack user to sudoers file. Now follow this steps 1. su stack 2. clone devstack 3. switch to stable/kilo 4. ./stack.sh

Seems it is the problem with stack user creation. Initially in the devstack folder run the ./stack.sh it will asks you for stack user creation for example, root@openstack:~/devstack# ./stack.sh ./stack.sh' You are running this script as root. If you need an account to run DevStack, do this (as root, heh) to create a non-root account: /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh'/root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh then run the file root@openstack:~/devstack# /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh It will create stack user and adds the stack user to sudoers file. Now follow this steps 1. su stack 2. clone devstack 3. switch to stable/kilo 4. ./stack.sh

Seems it is the problem with stack user creation. Initially in the devstack folder run the ./stack.sh it will asks you for stack user creation for example, root@openstack:~/devstack# ./stack.sh' ./stack.sh You are running this script as root. If you need an account to run DevStack, do this (as root, heh) to create a non-root account: '/root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh/root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh then run the file root@openstack:~/devstack# /root/devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh It will create stack user and adds the stack user to sudoers file. Now follow this steps 1. su stack 2. clone devstack 3. switch to stable/kilo 4. ./stack.sh