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cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
Hi!
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
hello
just replied to your email
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
thanks :) yes it's a bit tricky, I think I've got all the requirements though
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
try
make migrations
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
the virtual environment won't work for me for some reason, but it should matter, this is a clean install of ubuntu 14.04 where I just installed all dependencies
should I have python3 ?
or will it work with 2.7
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
I think to get your virtualenvironment commands working you need to add these two lines to your file ~/.bashrc
export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
source /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh
I haven't tested it in python 2.7
or you can type those two lines in your current terminal/console
export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
source /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
I forgot to install virtualenvwrapper next to virtualenv :p
OK, we're progressing :) I'm probably doing something silly wrong:

django.db.utils.OperationalError: FATAL: password authentication failed for user "role_name"
FATAL: password authentication failed for user "role_name"

make: * [migrations] Error 1

Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
ok
it seems you haven't specified a password for the user that will have access to the database in PostgreSQL
normally this user is called postgres
or have you specified a password already?
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
I copied that directly from your instructions; so I guess my pw is hu8jmn3
should that also be in the json config file?
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
yes
"DB_PASS": "hu8jmn3",
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
I think it's working :) only thing is that it is running at 127.0.0.1:8000 - but I'm on a virtual machine
the Voseq folder did not have to be in /var/www/html folder right?
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
no
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
so it should be hosting a web server at the normal IP address?
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
you need to configure you webserver to start serving VoSeq's files
that make serve command is using a server only for testing
and development
for real (production) instalations you need to configure Apache
or Nginx web servers
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
ah I see, I've used Apache before
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
for Apache + Django these instructions might help you https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.8/howto/deployment/wsgi/modwsgi/
VoSeq is based on Django
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
I should be able to figure that out
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
VoSeq comes with its own little server software, that runs at 127.0.0.1:8000 but is meant to be used for testing or development
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
ah I understand
I think I got some ways to go forward from here
Many thanks for your help :)
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
now that you have tried my instructions on installing VoSeq, maybe you can do a pull request with clarifications and things that I missed ? :smile:
no probs
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
hah, I'll give it a shot!
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
:+1:
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
are you here?
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
yes
cdoorenweerd
@cdoorenweerd
I think that the vagrant package does not include a apache/gunicorn web server?
hi btw :)
Carlos Peña
@carlosp420
hi