[mod_python] fedora vs ubuntu

Colin Bean ccbean at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 15:40:04 EDT 2006

Thanks for the correction, Eric; I've never actually done that and
assumed incorrectly.  Shame on me for recommending something that I
haven't tried!

Marinus, what I should have asked originally was how apache was
failing with your config files (and what's in the error log).  What
does your "limited success" mean?


On 10/3/06, Eric Brunson <brunson at brunson.com> wrote:
> Colin Bean wrote:
> > Hi Marinus,
> >
> > You're talking about /etc/httpd/conf.d, correct?
> > As far as I know you can't put the vhost and directory stuff into the
> > conf.d directory (it's only for module configuration).
> I don't believe that's correct.  I have all my virtual host
> configurations in a directory, one for each customer.  There's nothing
> special about a file in conf.d, it simply gets included via an Include
> directive.
> > I'd factor out
> > the module load stuff and put that in a file called python.conf in the
> > conf.d directory (if there's nothing for mod_python there already).
> > As for the rest of it, either paste it into /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
> > (sounds like you might need to with vhosts?) or use a .htaccess file.
> >
> > -Colin
> >
> > On 10/3/06, marinus van aswegen <mvanaswegen at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi Guys
> >>
> >> I'm trying to reduce the my whole mod_python config (module load, vhost,
> >> directory) to to a file I can drop in the feroda conf.d directory.
> >> I've had
> >> limited success thus far, has anyone tried this?
> >>
> >> Marinus

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