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Installing mod_python

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ashocka, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. Ashocka

    Ashocka Member

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    Hi,

    I'm just looking at upgrading my standard WHM/CPanel install.

    I'm looking at using the Easy Apache install to go to Apache 2.x and PHP 5.x as I have nothing that really requires PHP 4. Also wanting to make things more secure.

    But I'm also wanting to run more python driven apps and want to know the best way to go about installing mod_python and make sure that install persists.

    Advice would be appreciated

    Regards
    Geoff
     
  2. hostww

    hostww Guest

    Check out this link...

    http://www.eth0.us/node/110

    Home » Articles and guides » Advanced Guides
    Howto: Install mod_python in cPanel box
     
  3. Ashocka

    Ashocka Member

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    Thanks for that. Very much appreciate you taking the time to post that.

    G.
     
  4. sohan

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    I had platinumservermanagement do it for me, was a breeze.

    HostWW :P I'll probably be signing up to you shortly! Hostvoice is good ey?
     
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    sarhosting Well-Known Member

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    I can lend a hand if you like.

    Its not that hard, I did it with a breeze. Took a couple of hours, because of the different recompiles and upgrades.

    Let me know!
     
  6. Ashocka

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    Thanks for that offer. I'll note it. It's appreciated. I will be upgrading in the coming weeks, but have to suss out my whole strategy as I will be upgrading everything; Apache1 to 2, PHP4 to 5, MySQL 4 to 5, etc... so have to look at everything and the gotchas.

    G.
     
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