Django-Python stupid question regarding Uploading a script

June 22, 2014 1k views
I bought a script recently that is based on Django and Python. The PDF Documentation that came with the script wasn't as advertised, and I need a little help getting this thing installed 1) The PDF tells be to upload the script ZIP file into something like "/home/xxx/www/". 2) However, the Digital Ocean Application Droplet Creation for Django leaves me with a folder called "django_project" when I log in to my D.O. Droplet through SFTP. If someone could give me a quick answer on where to upload this ZIP file in order to proceed with the installation, I would very much appreciate it.
1 Answer

The <code>djangoproject</code> folder on the Django droplet contains the default app that is already running. You can simply remove it, and install your project to <code>/home/django/yourapp</code> Make sure to update the various configuration files to match the details of your project as well. Check out this article for a run down of those files:

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by Andrew SB
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