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2016-04-20 15:04:15 -0500 answered a question Devstack installation issue - Liberty

The log says "error: argument --project: expected one argument", since you used --project in your command line without a value following it.

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2013-05-23 00:01:08 -0500 answered a question How do you install Openstack on a Windows PC

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?

2013-05-22 16:37:02 -0500 commented answer How to manually install a vanilla Openstack branch?

Agreed. I was wonder if there is an instruction out there without have to read through devstack :) I'll do that. Thanks!

2013-05-22 16:07:42 -0500 answered a question How to setup a compute node connected to multiple hypervisors

I don't think that can be done. At least not with current releases.

2013-05-22 14:35:51 -0500 asked a question How to manually install a vanilla Openstack branch?

I want manually install Folsom stable Openstack - I know it's older version. All the manual installation guides I found, include the one from Openstack website, are either about installing Openstack from current (trunck?) version, or installing from third party locations, such as by adding following on Ubuntu to point to Canonical repository. deb precise-updates/folsom main But I really want to install a vanilla Folsom. I think it should be the Folsom stable branch from How can I make command like below install the vanilla Folsom on Ubuntu 12.04? apt-get install nova-compute-kvm Thanks