Openstack install fails because of wrongly specified ubuntu version

asked 2016-08-13 05:34:43 -0600

geekman gravatar image

I followed this tutorial from youtube for openstack on ubuntu (with autopilot): (

I used ubuntu 16.04 for this, everything was working until I typed "sudo openstack-install". The respond of the CLI was that the command was not found. I had tried installing openstack before with the same steps and did not get the same result on this point. I tried the whole install including an fresh install of the ubuntu server, but still the same result.

I searched on the internet and got the following answer: Is Autopilot Openstack 16.04 available? .

When issuing conjure-up openstack the CLI gave the following error: (image description)

I checked every place where that "trusty" could be, but what I find everything was set fine. I also checked the environments.yaml file for JUJU which was set to the right distro version.


1.) Why is the command not find? How can I solve it? 2.) Why am I getting this error about trusty when using conjure-up? How can I solve it?

P.S. the first question would have been my preference of solving, since that would be more the "normal" way of installing.


Ubuntu version: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (Xenial)

MAAS version: 2.0.0~rc2+bzr5156-0ubuntu1~16.04.2

JUJU version: 2.0~beta12-0ubuntu1.16.04.1

Commands as "sudo apt-get update" and "sudo apt-get upgrade" has been runned multiple times. Also restarting of the server has been done a couple of times.

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