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Mar
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comment How to debug “Select and install software” issue with unattended Ubuntu install (14.04)
I've just copied the Bento preseed, and it's working.
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comment How to debug “Select and install software” issue with unattended Ubuntu install (14.04)
Thanks - this is useful - my preseed file was copied from a sample project - and when I looked in to how preseed worked I just got lost. I'll play around with that part of it until I've worked out which one is the problem. The confusing bit is that it hasn't changed, but the install now fails. (github.com/yunojuno/trifecta/blob/master/packer/http/…)
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revised How to debug “Select and install software” issue with unattended Ubuntu install (14.04)
Add debug output
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comment How can I use environment variables in Nginx.conf
Thanks @mozz100 - that's incredibly useful - /etc/hosts entries are much more effective than env vars in this case. The only bit missing is what happens if the upstream container is restarted, and acquires a new IP. I am presuming that the child containers will still point to the original IP, not the new one?
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comment How can I use environment variables in Nginx.conf
Yup - current (working) solution is exactly this. Just seems a bit hacky. (That said, it's only a local dev environment, so hacking isn't a huge problem.)
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