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Setting up Python/Django project to run www.blah.com/directory

Hey Guys,

I’ve been digging around stackoverflow, DO, and reddit for an answer. Most of my attempts have failed. I am looking to run a Python/Django via either a subdomain or directory (which ever is easier).

How do I accomplish this? (LAMP Ubuntu image, Django running on it as well)

Thus far it only runs via www.blah.com:port


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There are a few ways that you could do this. If you are already running Apache, then using mod_wsgi might be a good approach. This tutorial takes you through its installation and configuration. It should point you in the right direction:

To set it up in a sub-domain, you’ll need to use a separate VirtualHost.

Let us know how it goes, and if you run into any problems.