jMeter Slave - Server failed to start: java.rmi.RemoteException: Cannot start. ip-10-142-111-66 is a loopback address


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I created a barebones ec2 ubuntu server with only jmeter installed using hte following..


sudo apt-get install jmeter

This server is designed to be the slaves. when I run sudo jmeter-server I get the below error. This error leaves me with no where to go since its a bare bones ubuntu server and as far as I know the jmeter apt-get install installs all of the dependancies. I have seen this post but still vague on won to fix the issue.


JMeter - Loopback address error when launching jmeter-server on Linux


sudo jmeter-server
[warning] /usr/bin/jmeter: Unable to locate commons-net in /

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I created a barebones ec2 ubuntu server with only jmeter installed using hte following..


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