|Reported by:||Owned by:||Adrian Holovaty|
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We're trying to set up a django framework for our developers on a webserver running rhel es4. We can't use python 2.4 because redhat won't support it. Now we can't use 2.3 because of the recent bug. What version of Django should my developers be using, and what version of python should we install to make this framework work for our web applications. Because of our corporate policies, we can't do anything to the OS that will cause RedHat to not support the installation, like installing 2.4. What have others done to remedy this issue.