I know the tutorials are provided by contributors. Regardless of they’re being paid or not, I’m expecting accuracy.
I’ve followed this tutorial to setup Django, Gunicorn and Nginx. Everything works except 403 error when accessing Django’s static resources.
The only solution is to edit
/etc/nginx/nginx.conf and change user from
www-data to my username.
I’m not the only one with this issue. Several other people reported the same in the comments section of the tutorial. And yes I’ve already checked everything. In fact I destroyed my droplet and configured it again.
Now my problem is solved but if changing user is necessary why the author didn’t mention that? So maybe the issue is somewhere else?
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