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Hi,

I am following this text to install OSQA as an app, so I created a site called 'qna' and inside I created (as described in step 3 of the tutorial) an osqa directory. However when I reached step 7 I came up to a dead end.

When I give:

python2.6 manage.py syncdb --all

I get:

Traceback (most recent call last): File "manage.py", line 2, in <module> from django.core.management import execute_manager ImportError: No module named django.core.management

Note that I didn't install django as it requires in step 2. Is this the cause of the problem?

Any help would be appreciated. Chris

asked 30 Sep '11, 04:38

xpanta
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Hi,

There is a much easier way to install OSQA on Webfaction now - simply use the OSQA script listed at the Custom install script page.

permanent link

answered 30 Sep '11, 04:52

todork
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this is not working for me . costum install gave server error

(09 Apr '12, 07:46) Pramvir Rath...
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