Re: Debian question
- From: Kimberly Harvey <kharvey00@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2011 19:29:25 -0600
Question, after I entered python manage. py syncdb, then there's a error
which says that I haven't set the database ENGINE settings yet. I opened the
settings.py file and the ENGINE says 'django/db/backends/sqlite3'. You know
why I'm facing this problem??
On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 7:25 PM, Kent West <westk@xxxxxxx> wrote:
You probably want to direct your questions to the list instead of to
individuals, because the list as a whole is generally more knowledgeable
than any one individual (such as in this case; I know next to nothing about
python), and because the exchange is archived and therefore available for
future seekers of similar information.
On 1/23/11 6:05 PM, Kimberly Harvey wrote:
Thanks! I have a question, why is it that in the terminal, after I entered
python manage. py syncdb, then there's a error which says that I haven't set
the database ENGINE settings yet. I opened the settings.py file and the
ENGINE says 'django/db/backends/sqlite3'. You know why??
On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 8:53 PM, Kent West <westk@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On 1/22/11 7:03 PM, Kimberly Harvey wrote:
I have installed the django into the linux-Debian on my machine. I ran
the linux program, and a black screen pops up asking for the root
password. I did that, then the next thing it shows is the Debian:~#
What does that mean? I am trying to go into the Django site where it
has the internet, the terminals, etc. So how can I access that??
(CCing the original poster, suspecting he may not be subscribed)
I quickly googled for django; looks to be a python-based web-app
Your question doesn't quite make sense; it sounds like you installed
Debian for the first time in addition to django, and you're not familiar
with Debian, or with GNU/Linux in general.
It sounds like you want to have a graphical system running; currently,
you just have a text-based system running on your Debian box.
You may already have the X Windowing System installed (which will give
you graphics), in which case you can just enter the command "startx &".
If it's not installed, you'll have to install it; probably the quickest
easiest way is to run "tasksel" and choose the option to install a
graphical desktop environment, which should pretty much give you
everything you'll be wanting.
- Re: Debian question
- From: Richard Lawrence
- Re: Debian question