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Newer lab2 workaround

serewiczserewicz Posts: 533
edited April 2017 in LFS252 Class Forum

In an effort to make the labs even smoother, this is a work-around for lab2.


# Use git to clone openstack as it shows step 2 in book. Before creation of the local.conf file complete the following steps #As ubuntu user create the directory for the repo to download into sudo mkdir -p /opt/stack/requirements #Make sure Ubuntu can write to it sudo chown -R ubuntu:ubuntu /opt/stack/ #Clone the requirements project into the newly created directory. git clone git://git.openstack.org/openstack/requirements.git /opt/stack/requirements -b stable/newton #Replace the version of appdirs to already use the newest to avoid the headache. sed -i 's/appdirs===1.4.0/appdirs===1.4.3/' /opt/stack/requirements/upper-constraints.txt

Then continue on as normal with creation of local.conf and the ./stack.sh.  I have shared these steps with the infrastructure team. Hopefully the workaround can be implemented soon, allowing the labs for chapter 3 and 4 to be fixed shortly. 

 

Regards,

Comments

  • phineyphiney Posts: 18
    edited April 2017

    Thanks for that, but wouldn't it be simpler to update the pdf, LAB_2.1.pdf instead of expecting someone to fluke finding this or report the problem to support ?

     

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  • MatthewMartinezMatthewMartinez Posts: 1
    edited May 2017

    Thanks SEREWICZ

    I was having difficulty getting BUI - I could only see the apache welcome screen - the workaround you suggested helped me to get the project running successfully.

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