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Error: ImportError: Couldn't import Django. Are you sure it's installed and available on your PYTHONPATH environment variable? Did you forget to activate a virtual environment?

I am using webfaction for the first time. I created a django app to host my project. I just updated all the names to represent my local app names and i can't run manage.py commands it says cannot import django

asked 04 Jul, 09:40

Rishabh
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There are quite a few different reasons why you would see this error message.

The most common one is that you are trying to execute a manage.py command with a version of python different than the one your app uses.

I'd suggest you open a support ticket and our team will gladly look into your case.

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answered 04 Jul, 09:59

iliasr ♦♦
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I have encountered this situation before, try opening the file with pycharm or IDE with automatic normalization. Perhaps it will help you.

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answered 15 Jul, 02:49

toibadao
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edited 23 Jul, 07:16

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