1. Michael Büsch
  2. cms



--- Installing cms.py ---

Just run
make install-world DESTDIR=/var/cms OWNER=www-data GROUP=www-data

to install the cms scripts and the example database files. See "make help" for more options.

--- Configuring Apache httpd ---

Install the Apache WSGI module. On Debian Linux, this is libapache2-mod-wsgi. Create a new config file /etc/apache2/conf.d/wsgi with content similar to the following Debian based example:

# Adjust "user" and "group" to your system. WSGIDaemonProcess wsgi processes=10 threads=1 display-name=apache-wsgi user=www-data group=www-data python-path=/var/cms WSGIPythonOptimize 1 # /cms is the base URL path to the CMS. # /var/cms is where index.wsgi, cms.py and the db directory live. # /var/www is the path to the static files. # Adjust these paths to your setup. WSGIScriptAlias /cms /var/cms/index.wsgi SetEnv cms.domain example.com SetEnv cms.cmsBase /var/cms SetEnv cms.wwwBase /var/www SetEnv cms.maxPostContentLength 1048576 SetEnv cms.debug 1 <Directory /var/cms>

WSGIProcessGroup wsgi AllowOverride None Options -ExecCGI -MultiViews +SymLinksIfOwnerMatch -Indexes Require all granted

</Directory> # Redirect all 404 to the CMS 404 handler (optional) ErrorDocument 404 /cms/__nopage/__nogroup.html

Reload Apache httpd after modifying the config.