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Thanks for the pastebin!

Can you do an update of https://github.com/cloudbase/cloudbase-init-offline-install/tree/nano-server-support .

You need to actually update the windows-curtin-hooks submodule. It appears they moved some code around in the version of curtin that comes with maas 1.9. The updated submodule takes that into account and should fix your issue.

 git submodule update --init --recursive 

should do the trick. Make sure you rebuild the nano image after you update the repo and its submodules. Let me know if you get passed that step.

Thanks for the pastebin!

The guide was only tested on MAAS 1.8, which was the stable version at the time of writing the blog post. You seam to be running MAAS 1.9 in your setup. It appears they moved some code around in the version of curtin that comes with maas 1.9.

Can you do an update of https://github.com/cloudbase/cloudbase-init-offline-install/tree/nano-server-support .

You need to actually update the windows-curtin-hooks submodule. It appears they moved some code around in the version of curtin that comes with maas 1.9. The updated submodule takes that into account the newer version of curtin and should fix your issue.

 git submodule update --init --recursive 

should do the trick. Make sure you rebuild the nano image after you update the repo and its submodules. Let me know if you get passed that step.

Thanks for the pastebin!

The guide was only tested on MAAS 1.8, which was the stable version at the time of writing the blog post. You seam to be running MAAS 1.9 in your setup. It appears they moved some code around in the version of curtin that comes with maas 1.9.

Can you do an update of https://github.com/cloudbase/cloudbase-init-offline-install/tree/nano-server-support .

You need to actually update the windows-curtin-hooks submodule. The updated submodule takes that into account the newer version of curtin curtin, and should fix your issue.

 git submodule update --init --recursive 

should do the trick. Make sure you rebuild the nano image after you update the repo and its submodules. Let me know if you get passed that step.

Thanks for the pastebin!

The guide was only tested on MAAS 1.8, which was the stable version at the time of writing the blog post. You seam to be running MAAS 1.9 in your setup. It appears they moved some code around in the version of curtin that comes with maas 1.9.

Can you do an update of https://github.com/cloudbase/cloudbase-init-offline-install/tree/nano-server-support .

You need to actually update the windows-curtin-hooks submodule. The updated submodule takes into account the newer version of curtin, and should fix your issue.

 git submodule update --init --recursive 

should do the trick. Make sure you rebuild the nano image after you update the repo and its submodules. Let me know if you get passed that step.

EDIT: Your windows-curtin-hooks submodule should be at revision: 6eb00b48f7a9741b154d04b779f688a0d065b623