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I’ve tried your Django droplet but it would be awesome to have a droplet with Wagtail CMS…
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No. But wagtail is the easiest thing ever to install. Start up a django VM and run pip install wagtail. Please refer to django vm virtualenv settings
pip install wagtail
Hello, I recently purchased a droplet and have gotten everything up and running. I am using it for a Reddit bot I coded in Python. However, I noticed that in order to run the script I need to open Putty on my computer and keep it open. Is there anyway to run my Python script on my droplet without needing to use my computer.
Basically I am looking to run my python script 24/7 without use of my computer, which is what I thought the VPS was for, I just cannot figure it out. I am rather new to this so I apologize for my terminology or level of question.
I don't cant open a range ports.
For exemple: range: 10000/20000 UPD and open port 5060/UDP, how to make?
Tks, sorry my english!
I'm having problems sending email using sendgrid and django on Digital Ocean. I installed the package "sendgrid-django" and I get an unknown error when sending emails.
It works on my localhost but can't seem to find why it doesn't work on Digital Ocean.
This is the error message:
BadRequestsError at /accounts/twitter/login/callback/
No exception message supplied
Request Method: GET
Request URL: http://earlist.xyz/accounts/twitter/login/callback/?oauth_token=NLRWEwAAAAAAW_laAAABXPWQ5Kg&oauth_verifier=8yKxI378ykwmoabFBL9Z8mbRYKYZrOeN
Django Version: 1.9.8
Exception Type: BadRequestsError
Exception Location: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/python_http_client/client.py in _make_request, line 145
Python Executable: /usr/bin/python
Python Version: 2.7.6
Server time: Thu, 29 Jun 2017 15:35:35 -0500
I've a 1TB transfer limit. I just wondering, if my server get a DDOS and therefore my transfer limit exceed, what happen then? Will I charged for it? Or what about manually exceed?