Apache default page in Django app Ubuntu

Hi, i’ve been fighting with my droplet for the last 2 days and a can’t figure out what’s happening because i’m new to VPS. Here’s my problem: I created a droplet sing Ubuntu 16 32bits. I followed the next tutrorial And this one too The problem is with the last one. Everything it’s ok until i get to the apache configuration part, because no matter what i can’t get apache to show anything but the default page when i type the IP address in the browser. I’m sure it’s a silly error. Here’s my conf file:

<VirtualHost *:80>

        ServerName <some ip>
        DocumentRoot /home/pablo/myproject/myproject
        ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost

        ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.
        CustomLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined

        Alias /static /home/pablo/myproject/static
        <Directory /home/pablo/myproject/static>
                Require all granted

        <Directory /home/pablo/myproject/myproject>
                        Require all granted

        WSGIDaemonProcess myproject python-home=/home/pablo/myproject/myprojectenv python-path=/home/pablo/myproject
        WSGIProcessGroup myproject
        WSGIScriptAlias / /home/pablo/myproject/myproject/

As you can see, it is not my Django project, it’s just the tutorial example. I just added the DocumentRoot and the ServerName to see if anything change but nothing happend.


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Hi @Ceibo,

Are you sure your DocumentRoot is /home/pablo/myproject/myproject? I would suspect that’s what’s going on. Apache is trying to fetch a file for you however it can’t find it.

Please make sure all the paths mentioned in your configuration file exist and have the proper permissions/ownership.

If nothing helps, you can check your Access and Error logs to further see if anything interesting will be shown there to help you pinpoint the problem.

Regards, KDSys