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2014-11-18 16:06:32 -0600 asked a question unable to create MaaS admin

i ran sudo openstack-install as per this tutorial: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/...

and it's saying it errored out because it couldn't create an admin account for MaaS or something.

i ran it as sudo.. so, idk what else to try.

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2014-11-11 19:39:59 -0600 commented answer how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

or Spice that can preform fast.. without running background stuff besides WLAN networking and output and input of USB, CD, sound, and video.

2014-11-11 19:38:40 -0600 commented answer how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

BUT, with spice.. can i boot up to that, having it use an encrypted WLAN connections and have it be in control just as it was there. my last question.. "would it be useable to have a set up like this? or would it be too slow?" a model B pi has 512mb RAM...but i'm sure there's an OS just for VNC.

2014-11-11 16:02:42 -0600 commented answer how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

ok. one last question. i'm getting a monitor or two.. and they have VESA hookups.. and i have Raspberry Pis... i can 3D print a VESA case and screw it onto the back of the monitor and hook it up with HDMI and pretty much achieve the same thing i want with a wifi and bluetooth dongle on a B+ model..

2014-11-11 15:59:26 -0600 commented answer can you use openstack with less than 6 nodes?

awesomeness ^^

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2014-11-11 08:55:24 -0600 commented answer can you use openstack with less than 6 nodes?

ah.. i see. so, i'm able to use less than 6 computers if i install multiple things to one computer, sharing them over 3 nodes instead of 6?

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2014-11-10 11:19:56 -0600 asked a question can you use openstack with less than 6 nodes?

i'm trying to test out openstacks.. i've noticed it requires 6 machines with 2 HDDs each. my servers have everything.. but my testing environment is litterally four machines stacked up with a monitor. i'm sure they have 2 HDDs each.. but the rest of machines i have are all laptops... with one drive in them.so, techinically i have 6 machines... not all of them is able to have two drives.

this is not a production system. i just wish to test openstack before i think about deploying it to my company's servers.

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2014-11-10 00:22:37 -0600 commented answer how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

basically, i'd have to actually have another computer VNC into the VMware and use it that way?

2014-11-09 22:40:30 -0600 asked a question how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

awkward way to ask a question in one line.. so, i'll explain.

i'm setting up openstacks to see how to use it before it goes live to my public server. first things first... i need two computers. my computer and my boyfriend's computer. it seems like a cool idea to make an openstacks cluster and run them as VMware OSs. right? i can allocate resources to our VMwares as needed. but.. the physical hardware.. the 6 computers hooked up to it.. all have HDMI outputs and USB outputs. if i put all of this in a server rack, could i allocate those hardware outputs/inputs to the vmwares? like.. my computer use the HDMI output of one of the computers in the cluster to my monitor and a random USB port on one to my keyboard and mouse and another HDMI and USB to his? that would be a pretty cool setup... and very organized in our small apartment. a server in the closet with wireless HDMI transmitters and wireless mouse and keyboards.

my problem is that we want our very small place to look as streamline as possible while having our computers and my website's server, radio station, minecraft server, etc running. openstacks seems to be the best choice for something like that. BUT, does it allocate video output?.. or will i have to buy us our own computers and use something like SSH and VNC to view the OSs? that would almost make it not worth the trouble.

2014-11-09 22:40:28 -0600 asked a question how do you output the virtual machine to the screen or is it just commandline?

awkward way to ask a question in one line.. so, i'll explain.

i'm setting up openstacks to see how to use it before it goes live to my public server. first things first... i need two computers. my computer and my boyfriend's computer. it seems like a cool idea to make an openstacks cluster and run them as VMware OSs. right? i can allocate resources to our VMwares as needed. but.. the physical hardware.. the 6 computers hooked up to it.. all have HDMI outputs and USB outputs. if i put all of this in a server rack, could i allocate those hardware outputs/inputs to the vmwares? like.. my computer use the HDMI output of one of the computers in the cluster to my monitor and a random USB port on one to my keyboard and mouse and another HDMI and USB to his? that would be a pretty cool setup... and very organized in our small apartment. a server in the closet with wireless HDMI transmitters and wireless mouse and keyboards.

my problem is that we want our very small place to look as streamline as possible while having our computers and my website's server, radio station, minecraft server, etc running. openstacks seems to be the best choice for something like that. BUT, does it allocate video output?.. or will i have to buy us our own computers and use something like SSH and VNC to view the OSs? that would almost make it not worth the trouble.