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Django Final app

 ·  🎃 kr0m

This is the last of the articles dedicated to the Django-rxWod application. After much thought, I have decided to publish the code openly, after all, human knowledge belongs to the world. I will only describe the necessary steps to clone the repository.

Before starting, it is recommended to read the previous articles about Django since they are the previous steps to this article:

The repository is hosted on my own server, to access it you will need to connect via ssh but the port is not the standard 22 but 32005, therefore we must modify our ssh configuration as follows:

vi .ssh/config

 User gitolite  
  Port 32005  
 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/rxWod

If we look closely, we can see that the configuration also indicates the keys to be used. This is because GitOlite does not allow public access to repositories. Therefore, we download some keys that are allowed:

mv rxWod .ssh/
chmod 600 .ssh/rxWod
chmod 644 .ssh/

Now we can clone the repository:

git clone

If we have all the dependencies installed, the credential files created, and we start the embedded Django server or follow the steps to deploy a project in production , we should see the following windows:

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