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revised Finding out what user Apache is running as?
Adjust single code line to convention
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suggested suggested edit on Finding out what user Apache is running as?
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comment Cant make mod_wsgi-3.3 on centos, is there a python2.7-dev(el) package?
Well, I'll have to fight trough the rest of the installation, but at least that got mod_wsgi installed! Tnx a lot:) Cant'f vote up because I'm such a server fault noob, sorry, but I've given you that funky green check mark, see? Ow and rpm happend to do have the -devel package available, installed it too, think that was where it went wrong. Anyway, thanks:)
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accepted Cant make mod_wsgi-3.3 on centos, is there a python2.7-dev(el) package?
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asked Cant make mod_wsgi-3.3 on centos, is there a python2.7-dev(el) package?
Mar
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comment Gitosis-init returns “Fatal Python error: <stdin> is a directory”, why is this?
Thanks, that's very helpful. I'll use gitolite instead then and see if I can install that daemon first than.
Mar
12
comment Gitosis-init returns “Fatal Python error: <stdin> is a directory”, why is this?
Thanks for your answer:) I'm going to install gitolite though, because of what Arrowmaster said.
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Gitosis-init returns “Fatal Python error: <stdin> is a directory”, why is this?
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asked Gitosis-init returns “Fatal Python error: <stdin> is a directory”, why is this?