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How to enable WSGI support on a Debian or Ubuntu

Postby dragonmaster » Mon Mar 07, 2016 2:09 am

I found a bug in the WSGI templates when Using Ubuntu.
After followin the steps here - ... ian-ubuntu
There are some changes that you need to do to the templates

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cd /usr/local/vesta/data/templates/web/apache2
ls wsgi.*

This should show you 3 files

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Edit wsgi.stpl
Find the line starting with:

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WSGIDaemonProcess apx-idea user=%user% group=%user%

Modify it as follows:

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WSGIDaemonProcess apx-s$domain% user=%user% group=%user%

Next, just before the closing VirtualHost, there is a line starting with

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Include %home%/%user%/conf/web/

Change this line to:

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IncludeOptional %home%/%user%/conf/web/

Do similar changes for the wsgi.tmpl file, except use

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in the WSGIDaemonProcess line.

That should be it, and you should be able to successfully run multi-domain wsgi templates now.
I havn't had a chance to test this on Centos yet, but I'm going to guess the templates are fairly similar


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