Installing mod_python and Django on Apache

I've recently started learning Django for doing web development, so as part of that, I needed to also learn how to set up Django within mod_python so I could deploy my new Django applications on my server.

In this post, I'll be sharing the method I used to install mod_python and Django on my CentOS 5, Apache-based web server. So without any further ado, let's get started ...

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Free your router with Tomato

It's a little known fact that the fimware on Linksys routers is open-source. In fact, the operating system on WRT54G's version 4 and below is Linux. Some time ago, people took advantage of this and made their own replacement firmware images for their routers. Once the non-Linux version 5 routers were released, Cisco saw the demand for a Linux version again and released the WRT54GL, so that third-party ...

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Firefox 3 RC1 Released

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The first release candidate version of Firefox 3 is now available from Mozilla.

If you're already using the beta of Firefox 3, which many people on the latest Linux distros will, it is unlikely there will be that many functionality changes and new features in this RC release, but it is designed to bring greater stability and move closer towards the final release of Firefox 3.0.

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Fedora 9 Installation Troubles

I've been trying fruitlessly for the past few days trying to install Fedora 9 from the official i386 install DVD. The SHA1 sum validated fine, and I burned it to a new DVD-R disc.

On inserting it into the machine I was planning to install on, and then post my impressions here on FOSSwire from, I received two errors. The system boots from the isolinux menu without a problem ...

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