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Feb
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comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
Success! Using code.google.com/p/modwsgi/wiki/IntegrationWithDjango, I noticed that they did two sys.path.append commands... one for the root folder containing the django project, and another for the actual project itself (which your slideshow uses)... adding in the root folder to the path solved the problem!
Feb
22
comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
Graham, having followed the slides and copied each one carefully, I am still not up and running. On slide 8, a forbidden error is shown - having followed each step up to this point, my server returns a configuration error instead of permission error. The WSGIScriptAlias step produces a permission denied error as expected, but the next step gives me server config error.
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Feb
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comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
I have not, but please note the series of edits I've made up above. :] Thanks!
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Feb
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comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
It is also worth noting that this application is entirely internal. Many tutorials are focused on outward-facing applications and web servers. What I need is something simple, really; it just needs to serve multiple Django projects on a small (~100 users), internal network.
Feb
21
comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
I'm starting to feel like coding the application is the easy part!
Feb
21
comment Django + Apache + mod_wsgi problems
The primary obstacle is how gosh darned simple it is to set up the development server, and how relatively complicated it seems to be to move from that simplicity into even a simple production environment. I have tried using the official django + mod_wsgi tutorial: docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.3/howto/deployment/modwsgi as well as a smattering of miscellaneous blogs and such. I think what is hurting me the most is that I have no experience deploying Apache. I've only ever used one-click/command development servers. It is hard for me to even know where to start. Most tuts assume a lot.
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