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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?
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comment Where do I place the WSGIPythonHome directive in the httpd.conf file?
I have both python 2.4 and 2.5 installed on my VPS and I want the mod_wsgi to use 2.5 so I need to set WSGIPythonHome to the directory that holds 2.5. Correct? And it's not very clear to me what you mean by "outside of any virtualhost directives" (I'm very new to this, sorry)