To install Mezzanine, first create a new PostgreSQL database via our control panel, and make a note of the database name and password.
Next, create a "Django 1.4.1 (mod_wsgi 3.3/Python 2.7)" application and assign it to a website.
Next, SSH into your server and run the following commands (replacing
Next, create a "Symbolic link to static-only app" in the control panel, using "
Then just wait a few minutes for that last change to gel, and you're done.
Hope that helps!
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Just some feedback - the line
answered Nov 24 '12 at 12:31
Sorry if I am a bit of a dummy here. But I am having the same issue as rentgeeen. I have read the through the documentation and the default login/password combo isn't working. Any thoughts?
answered Nov 27 '12 at 22:01
I can't find any "add new comment' buttons. Anyway, should database_name in this line:
sed -i 's/"USER": ""/"USER": "database_name"/g' local_settings.py
instead be database_user:
sed -i 's/"USER": ""/"USER": "database_user"/g' local_settings.py
Otherwise I have followed the steps. It seemed to work fine but when I access the site I get a Forbidden:403 error. Any ideas?
answered Jan 26 at 14:09
I followed the steps listed above, however my site now is showing "Sorry, an error occurred. "
I checked my site's error log, it has "warn("You haven't defined the ALLOWED_HOSTS settings, which ""
BTW, I am using Django 1.4.5 (mod_wsgi 3.4/Python 2.7).
I read on the web, as described in this https://github.com/stephenmcd/mezzanine/issues/591 ,I need to update my requirements.txt. But where is the requirements.txt reside since I am not install mezzanine using virtualenv?
answered Apr 10 at 13:59