Ran the install script from here: http://wiki.webfaction.com/wiki/InstallScripts
This installs it as a separate application.
Is there a way to configure OSQA to work as a directory under my current Django site?
There is but it ends up not being worth it by the time you've gotten it configured. You, basically, have to change ALL of the paths in all of the different pieces of the application to function at a subdomain instead of at the root of the domain. Adding it as a subdomain will save you hours of work and frustration.
answered Feb 16 '11 at 18:34