November 18, 2020 / Nirav Shah
Django is an Open-Source application system written in Python. We will see how we can install Django on a Ubuntu-based system with some fairly simple commands.
Install Django using Apt Manager
$ sudo apt-get install python3-django $ sudo apt-get install python-django
It will install a stable version of Django on your system.
Install Django using PIP
$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip
Now install Django using PIP
$ pip3 install django
Install Django with Github
Utilize this technique on the off chance that you need to introduce an improvement form as opposed to a steady Version. To introduce Django from Github you should introduce PIP and Git both. If it’s not too much trouble use the accompanying commands to install Django from Github.
$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip $ sudo apt-get install git
Create a folder name of django_repo in your home directory.
$ mkdir ~/django_repo
Now clone the Django repository to your local
$ git clone git://github.com/django/django
Install Virtualenv to create a virtual environment
$sudo apt install virtualenv -y
Create and activate Virtual Environment.
$ virtualenv venv $ source ./venv/bin/activate
Now install Django using the PIP command.
$ pip install -e ~/django_repo
So this is how we can install Django in two different ways on an Ubuntu system or server.
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