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I have installed Python 2.7 but still kept Python 2.4. When I enter the command python, it runs python 2.4 and I want to keep it this way. But how to I set Django to use /usr/local/bin/python2.7 when it runs?
It is running on Apache with WSGI
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I'm new to Linux and am trying to set up Python / Django on my machine! I installed Python 3.3 from the source file and it was compiled into /usr/local/bin.
> adeskbar.0.3.7-all.debDependencies:python , python-gtk2 , python-cairo ( usually already installed )optional : python-dbusplugin :
I am attempting to compile Python along with the modules "openssl pil zope2" for Android using the "Python-for-android" project (https://github.com/kivy/python-for-android).
However it is not successful and errors out with the below error:
Getting distribution for 'zope.security==3.7.4'.
In file included from
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$ ps | grep django
28006 ttys004 0:01.12 /usr/bin/python bin/django celeryd --beat
51393 ttys005 0:01.45 /usr/bin/python bin/django celeryd -l INFO
51472 ttys005 0:01.29 /usr/bin/python bin/django celeryd -l INFO
51510 ttys005 0:01.89 /usr/bin/python bin/django celeryd -l INFO
51801 ttys005 0:01.83 /usr/bin/python bin/django celeryd -l INFO
53470 ttys005 0:03.97 /usr/bin/python b