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Jackson Zhang [Setup DJANGO Application in .htaccess]
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-====== ​Python Django: How to set up Django ​when LSWS reads apache conf ====== +====== ​Set up Django ​With LSWS in CyberPanel ​====== 
-DJANGO ​is a web application framework built with Python. ​DJANGO ​has seen tremendous growth recently, and a lot of developers are moving towards this framework. ​DJANGO ​official slogan ​says “the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.+Django ​is a web application framework built with Python. ​Django ​has seen tremendous growth recently, and a lot of developers are moving towards this framework. ​Django'​s ​official slogan ​is “the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
-In this tutorial, we will see how we can setup DJANGO ​application ​when LSWS reading apache configuration instead of native, such as a Cyberpanel environmentLSWS will use [[litespeed_wiki:​config:​mod_passenger|mod_passenger directives]] in virtual host'​s ​doc_root ​.htaccess to define the application. ​+In this tutorial, we will set up Django ​application ​for LiteSpeed Web Server with CyberPanelWe will use [[litespeed_wiki:​config:​mod_passenger|mod_passenger directives]] in virtual host'​s ​document root ''​.htaccess'' ​to define the application. ​
-===== Install CyberPanel and Create Website ===== +**NOTE**: These instructions also apply if you have manually set LSWS to read Apache configThey do nothowever, apply to LSWS with other control panels (like cPanel or Plesk). For those, we recommend using CloudLinux Python selectors.
-Before moving forward, ​you need to install CyberPanel and Create WebsiteIf CyberPanel is already installedmake sure to upgrade ​LSWS to the latest version.+
-==== Install ​python3 on CentOS ====+===== Prerequisites ===== 
 +  * Up-to-date installation of CyberPanel 
 +  * Up-to-date installation of LiteSpeed Web Server 
 +===== Install ​Python 3 ===== 
 +==== CentOS ====
   yum install python3-devel   yum install python3-devel
   yum install python3-pip   yum install python3-pip
-==== Install python3 on Ubuntu ====+==== Ubuntu ====
   apt install build-essential   apt install build-essential
   apt-get install python3-dev   apt-get install python3-dev
-Create your domain on Cyberpanelsuch as cyberdjangotest1.com,​ it should locate at /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​ and owned by user “cyberdj:​cyberdj+===== Create a Domain ===== 
 +Create your domain on CyberPanel. For this examplelet's use ''​cyberdjangotest1.com''​put it in the ''​/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​''​ directory ​and make the owner be ''​cyberdj:​cyberdj'',​ like so:
-drwx--x--x 5 cyberdj ​   cyberdj ​   4096 Aug  3 16:30 cyberdjangotest1.com+  ​drwx--x--x 5 cyberdj ​   cyberdj ​   4096 Aug  3 16:30 cyberdjangotest1.com
 ===== Install LiteSpeed Implementation of WSGI ===== ===== Install LiteSpeed Implementation of WSGI =====
-Download the latest version of wsgi-lsapi from https://​www.litespeedtech.com/​open-source/​litespeed-sapi/​download+[[https://​www.litespeedtech.com/​open-source/​litespeed-sapi/​download|Download the latest version of wsgi-lsapi.]] 
 +Run the following commands:
   Cd  root   Cd  root
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   cp lswsgi /​usr/​local/​lsws/​fcgi-bin/​   cp lswsgi /​usr/​local/​lsws/​fcgi-bin/​
   ​   ​
-===== Setup virtualevn ​for DJANGO ​Application ===== +===== Set up virtualenv ​for Django ​Application ===== 
-We will setup virtualevn ​in the user’s home directory. ​For best practice ​virtualevn should not be in domain’s ​document_root.+We will setup virtualenv ​in the user’s home directory. ​To adhere to best practicesdon't put virtualenv ​in the domain’s ​document root.
   Su - cyberdj   Su - cyberdj
-  virtualenv --system-site-packages /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​virtualevn+  virtualenv --system-site-packages /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​virtualenv
-  source /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​virtualevn/​bin/​activate+  source /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​virtualenv/​bin/​activate
   pip3 install django   pip3 install django
   ​   ​
-===== Setup or Upload ​DJANGO ​Application ===== +===== Set up or Upload ​Django ​Application ===== 
-If you already have DJANGO ​application you can create a project folder, for example app1, at /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​ and move your exiting ​application ​to to it. We will create a brand new DJANGO ​project named app1+If you already have a Django ​applicationyou can create a project folder, for example ​''​app1''​, at ''​/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​'', ​and move your existing ​application ​into it.  
 +For this example, we will create a brand new Django ​project named ''​app1''​.
   cd /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​   cd /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​
   django-admin startproject app1   django-admin startproject app1
-Edit your project settings:+Edit the project settings:
   vi /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​app1/​settings.py   vi /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​app1/​settings.py
     ​     ​
-make sure allowed hosts looks like:+Make sure allowed hosts looks like this:
   ALLOWED_HOSTS = ['​*'​]   ALLOWED_HOSTS = ['​*'​]
-Create static ​files directory, normally ​static files be placed inside ​doc_root, you can create /static/ directory ​at doc_root first.+Create ​static ​file directory. Normally ​static files are placed inside ​the document rootso you can create ​a ''​/static/'' ​directory ​in doc root:
   mkdir /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​public_html/​static   mkdir /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​public_html/​static
-To set path for static files please ​add following at the end of settings.py+To set the path for static filesadd the following at the end of ''​settings.py'':​
   STATIC_URL = '/​static/'​   STATIC_URL = '/​static/'​
   STATIC_ROOT = '/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​public_html/​static'  ​   STATIC_ROOT = '/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​public_html/​static'  ​
-then you can go to your project directory ​and run a few commands to start collect ​static files and create super user.+Visit your project directory. Run a few commands to start collecting ​static files and create super user:
   cd /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​   cd /​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/​
   python3 manage.py collectstatic   python3 manage.py collectstatic
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   python3 manage.py createsuperuser   python3 manage.py createsuperuser
   ​   ​
-===== Setup DJANGO ​Application in .htaccess =====  +===== Set up Django ​Application in .htaccess =====  
-To define ​django ​application, ​ LSWS will use mod_passenger directives in virtual host doc_root ​.htaccess. ​Directives ​can be used by LSWS:+To define ​a Django ​application,​ LSWS will use mod_passenger directives in the virtual host's doc root ''​.htaccess''​These directives ​can be used by LSWS:
   * ''​PassengerBaseURI''​   * ''​PassengerBaseURI''​
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   * ''​PassengerGroup''​   * ''​PassengerGroup''​
-You can create ​.htaccess if it doesn'​t exist yet. +Place something like the following in ''​.htaccess''​ (create the file if it doesn'​t exist):
- +
-You can place the following in .htaccess:+
   PassengerAppRoot "/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/"​   PassengerAppRoot "/​home/​cyberdjangotest1.com/​app1/"​
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