jones3

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I've googled extensively and seen that in essence, installing Django with cpanel is not possible, unless you use Cloundlinux or are a linux engineer, neither of which apply to me.

So in my last effort/attempt before cancelling my VPS service with my provider, I'd like to ask, is there any conceivable way I could install mod_wsgi which is a required step for Django setup whilst I have cpanel installed? As far as I understand the apache version with cpanel completely invalidates the ability to install mod_wsgi.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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tudorh

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Is there a non-experimental way to get mod_wsgi? Since the forced upgrade to EasyApache4 all our wsgi apps suddenly won't work. I don't really want to push an experimental environment into production just for mod_wsgi.
 

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Is there a non-experimental way to get mod_wsgi? Since the forced upgrade to EasyApache4 all our wsgi apps suddenly won't work. I don't really want to push an experimental environment into production just for mod_wsgi.
Hello @tudorh,

We don't have a specific time frame to offer on the publication of the mod_wsgi RPM to the EA4 production repo at this time, however we upgraded this RPM just a couple of months ago and confirmed it worked as expected:

Experimental Repository Change Log - EasyApache 4 - cPanel Documentation

2018-11-15
  • ea-apache24-mod_wsgi
    • EA-7997: Update to current version 4.6.5
Thank you.