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bio website jasonaburton.com
location Owen Sound, Canada
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I am a computer programmer/web designer living in Owen Sound, Ontario.


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comment How to change the password for root@127.0.0.1 and root@example.com
Thanks! Just what I needed.
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
I did install it in a non-standard location. Anyways, I went a different route (completely unrelated to this topic). Thanks for your help nonetheless :)
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
I'm working on CentOS 5.5 and I need mod_wsgi installed, but the package is unavailable. I tried installing other packages (version 1.3, 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, etc - of the mod_wsgi module) but they require either python 2.3 or 2.5, I need the mod_wsgi for python 2.4 but I can't find it...
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
I looked up each version of the module and I cannot find the mod_wsgi that is compatible with python 2.4...if I could that package it would solve all my problems.
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
Well I was following a tutorial that had me compile it against 2.5...
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comment Unable to install mod_wsgi on CentOS 5.5 VPS
I have no idea how to install it..any suggestions?
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comment Unable to install mod_wsgi on CentOS 5.5 VPS
The reason I am doing this entire tutorial is because when I tried 'yum install mod_wsgi' it said that there was no package called mod_wsgi...I looked in the EPEL file list and there is 49 files that have mod_wsgi in their title...
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
Like, after reading the httpd.conf file, there are 3 parts to it, which part do I put the directive in, and where at in that specific part?
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
Could you just specify a position in the file where I can place it?