On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:24:49 PM UTC+6, Vinicius Assef wrote:
> Some time ago I wrote this post  about setting Python and Django
> on Dreamhost. They use passenger.
> Maybe it's useful to you.
> On 2 March 2018 at 04:56, Tanvir Ahmed <team.rea...@gmail.com
> > Hello,
> > I am fairly new to the web hosting world. I recently purchased a plan at
> > a2hosting. It's a shared hosting plan. After some problems with FastCGI,
> > was told to use passenger to host django. I couldn't find much on this
> > and somehow managed to get the website working. However, soon I realized
> > that the post forms weren't working. More importantly, the admin site
> > working properly. I get to the admin site login but once I try to login,
> > get a page not found error.
> > I have contacted the hosting provider and they seem to think that my
> > configuration with passenger is wrong. They were kind enough to offer to
> > change any server side settings if needed. So any idea what I am doing
> > wrong? Could you guys provide me the steps to get django working with
> > passenger? Or is it some server side settings fault?
> > Please note that I decided to get rid of everything and start fresh. I
> > created a project by, first creating a virtualenv using CPanel's setup
> > python app. This also creates a passenger_wsgi.py and a .htaccess file.
> > edited the passenger_wsgi.py to the following code:
> > from projectname.wsgi import application
> > After that I configured the settings where I made changes to the allowed
> > hosts and provided the static and media files and directories. Then I
> > collectstatics and made migrations and created superuser. Then, (keep in
> > mind I am using the project I just created and haven't changed anything
> > added any apps) I went to, www.example.com/admin and the login
> > But, once I do try to login, I get a page not found error.
> > The directory looks something like this:
> > root(/home/username)
> > -virtualenv
> > -website
> > -passenger_wsgi.py
> > -manage.py
> > -public
> > -tmp
> > -project
> > -__init__.py
> > -settings.py
> > -wsgi.py
> > -urls.py
> > Please note: there are other files but I included the ones I thought
> > necessary.
> > Thank you in advance and sorry for any inconveniences
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Just followed the tutorial you have provided. The website is up and I do
get the welcome page. I also do get the admin login site. However, as I try
to login in with one of the superuser I have created, I get a page not
*Page not found (404)*
*Request Method: POST*
*Request URL: https://www.website.com/admin/login/?next=/admin/
*Raised by: django.contrib.admin.sites.login*
*Using the URLconf defined in readerspoint.urls, Django tried these URL
patterns, in this order:*
*The empty path didn't match any of these.*
*You're seeing this error because you have DEBUG = True in your Django
settings file. Change that to False, and Django will display a standard 404
This is what the error looks like.
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