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'm currently looking for the package python-twisted-names but seem to be
falling short. A quick yum search and a bit of digging appears to indicate
that there are quite a few less twisted packages for python in 7 then there
is in 6.