HelloI already asked in the Python newsgroup, but got no reply, so I figured I should ask in the CentOS forum instead.I'd like to get started writing Python web apps in... [by littlebigman]
I have an Arch Linux server that used to use Python 2.7.3 just fine with Apache and mod_wsgi-3.4-2. I have both Python 2.7.3 and 3.3.0 installed on the server, and both executables are located in /usr/bin. Recently it has started to use Python 3. I need Apache to go back to using Python 2.7.
I have a problem running Django with mod_wsgi and Apache on CentOS.
Django runs on Python 2.5 or above but CentOS comes with Python 2.4. I can't just upgrade the default Python 2.4 because it breaks other services such as yum. I installed Python 2.7 into different directory.
I followed most of the tutorial and article about running Django with mod_wsgi but never able successfully run it.
I downloaded python 3.3.0 which is latest version and i finished installing
now I want to run it in my centOS linux but when i type it in console "python" , python 2.7.0 which is bundled with os installation runs.
how can i change it to run 3?
I vaguely feel that i have to change the code about path in bin folder or something
I am building a web app using Python 2.7, its bottle micro framework, and apache (via mod_wsgi). This app has some RESTish endpoints, one of which results in a connection error in the browser (Firefox shows "The connection was reset" while Opera shows "Connection closed by remote server").
I've inherited a project on a hosted server and I'm trying to install and import numpy and nltk into the project. The OS is centOs 5.10 and the web app uses web.py. There are two version of python installed on the box both python 2.4 and python 3.3. The default is pointing to version 2.4, "python -V" = python 2.4.3.