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Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of webreusHowTo


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08/24/06 06:44:27 (8 years ago)
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clarified that other servers run Python 2.2

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    44== Disclaimer == 
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    6 Webreus has contacted me again about their 'django' support. At this moment they do not support Django. As an experiment they have helped me out to run Django on the server where my website is hosted. Other servers do not have Python 2.2 and therefore do not support Django. Maybe, with their transition to Plesk8 they will support Django. 
     6Webreus has contacted me again about their 'django' support. At this moment they do not support Django. As an experiment they have helped me out to run Django on the server where my website is hosted. Other servers have Python 2.2 with mod_python and therefore do not support Django. Maybe, with their transition to [http://www.swsoft.com/en/products/plesk8/ Plesk 8] they will support Django. 
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    88== Introduction == 
     
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    4646 1. '''Have a working django setup at home (used for developing)'''[[BR]] 
    47  I set up a system at home as described above. When this was all working I signed up with webreus. Within 2 days I had a new domain and all the information I needed. They run [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plesk Plesk] and do not provide shell access.  
     47 I set up a system at home as described above. When this was all working I signed up with webreus. Please note that Webreus does NOT support Django at this moment (see the Disclaimer on top of this page). Within 2 days I had a new domain and all the information I needed. They run [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plesk Plesk] and do not provide shell access.  
    4848 1. '''Setup the databases on webreus'''[[BR]] 
    4949 Through Plesk databases can be setup, this involves following the Plesk manual. No rocket science at all, just some click work. In the end this gives you phpMyAdmin to configure (in my case) a mysql database. Make sure the database setup is the same as the 'home setup' (otherwise you'll just have to change the settings.py).