I have installed libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3 from the synaptic package manager ( Ubuntu 11.04) and because I had used package manager, it automatically kept the wsgi.load and wsgi.conf files at the right places with the symbolic links. I created a wsgi script in the /var/www folder,but,I keep getting a "You don't have permission to access /name.wsgi on this server' . I am the superuser . What could have gone wrong for this to happen ?
My goal : My goal is to call a python script , passing a latitude longitude as parameters and then getting the result. I saw mod_wsgi somewhere and that is why I have installed it. If there is an easier way to call a script from the url itself ( http://localhost.com/test.py?lat=10 & long=20) , then, I would be happy to know that ( Very happy infact).