From Canonical: Landscape is an easy-to-use systems management and monitoring service that enables you to manage multiple Ubuntu machines as easily as one through a simple Web-based ...
I'm running something of a bare-bones server (based on Ubuntu 11.04) on an Amazon EC2 micro instance, whose purpose is simply to coordinate the activities of a few webservers. The machine ran well for ...
I have Landscape installed with a self-signed certificate and my own Certificate Authority. I have the CA certificate installed in my browser, and I can access the Landscape website at https://...
When running Canonical Landscape on a standalone server (ie not the cloud service at landscape.canonical.com), it logs me out after some time. I want to disable this auto-logout as it's on a closed ...
Any idea why landscape-server-quickstart isn't being found? According to both this AskUbuntu post and the official Landscape 15.11 installation instructions, the following commands should install ...
I have a free account of landscape with 2 servers registered. One of them was replaced with a new one because serious hardware problems. When the new server was online and ready to replace tall ...
I have been building my own Control Panel (mostly hobby) where I control hosting packages on my webservers, mailaccounts on my mailservers, DNS records etc. I also use this to monitor my servers. I ...