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Python web module?

Postby alejoar » Sat Jul 04, 2015 4:44 pm

Hi polarhome:

Is it possible to use Python's web module?
For instance, to make a simple dynamic webpage.

Right now I see it is not installed (at least not in redhat).

I'm not sure it would work tho. By default it uses port 8080.

Any insight on this subject appreciated.

PS: Thank you Zoli for bringing redhat back :)

EDIT: Well I managed to install it (for my user only) and when I launch it, instead of making itself available in my path, it launches at www.polarhome.com:8080. Am I allowed to do this? If no, I'm really sorry, wasn't expecting it to do that. I still can't figure how can I make it use my path.
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Re: Python web module?

Postby zoli » Mon Jul 06, 2015 4:13 pm

Hi,
mod_python is not installed per default - however it can be installed.

>PS: Thank you Zoli for bringing redhat back :)
Sorry for the bad news: it is not back. It still has problems with the disk and still waits for the real reinstallation - but I will have time to do that just in August.

>By default it uses port 8080.
You may use any free port you want, but keep in mind the forwarded ports are split among the hosts.
Read more at http://www.polarhome.com/service/ports.html
Regards,
Z
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Re: Python web module?

Postby alejoar » Mon Jul 06, 2015 10:04 pm

Alright, thank you, Zoli. Should have seen that before asking, sorry.
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