I created a Django droplet but it runs on Django 1.x and Python 2.x. How do I point the Django project to use python 3 and Django2.x?
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To be able to use different versions of python in virtual environments, you must first install the version of python you want at the system level (without activating any environment), you can also leave the previous version. Then, when you create the virtual environment, if you do not indicate which version of python you want, you will install the last version, but if you want another version, you must indicate it explicitly. Look in the virtualenvwraper documentation, there explain how to do it. Greetings.
ok, you have some basic packages, although I do not understand Certbot 0.23.0 Apache 2 if you are going to use the Ngnix web server. It all depends on how you want to work, you can combine data base postgress, Myql or oracle, with server apache or ngnix, I recommend nginx + postgres. I have used this powerful line, you will see it in the video, there are all the steps well explained, they are almost 2 hours long. I have also put many links to Digital Ocean.
What is the one-click install ?