Installing Mezzanine on Webfaction with Apache and WSGI

Apache, Django, Mezzanine, Python

When I first created MobilePebbles , the Mobile Theme Generator was installed on the primary domain. I soon decided to place the generator on a sub-domain and install Mezzanine on the primary. The site is hosted by Webfaction. Although Webfaction has install scripts for quite a few apps (Drupal, Django, etc), they do not currently have one for Mezzanine. But, without too much trouble (thanks to the tools that are availed to Webfaction customers), I was able to install Mezzanine on Webfaction.

Much of the information in this post I found by installing Mezzanine On Ubuntu (and from documentation that I found in Webfactions docs.

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Installing Mezzanine on Ubuntu with Apache and mod_wsgi

Apache, Django, Mezzanine, Python, Ubuntu

Although there are many advantages to installing Mezzanine using Python’s virtual environment, I decided against it. I already have Django installed on Apache using mod_wsgi, so my Ubuntu install is already primed. Although I followed the basic steps as discussed in a previous post (Setting up Django with Apache and mod_wsgi on Ubuntu 11.10), there were a bit more steps involved with setting up Mezzanine – especially as it relates to how and where to serve static files.

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