someone know about the virtualmin plugin for manage modpython and django ?
I’m unaware of any plugins for those.
I would generally recommend against using mod_python in a shared hosting environment, unless all users are trusted. mod_fcgid with suexec (the default for running Python, Perl, PHP, and Ruby except Rails apps which run in mongrels in Virtualmin Professional) is safer and equally fast.
mod_python, however, can be enabled in the Apache module, and directives for its use could easily be added to the Server Templates in the Apache website section.
Django, I don’t know enough about, but as it seems to be gaining in popularity, we’ll probably do something with it in the future.
yeah now mod_python config support read from .htaccess it can install on shared host and users modif his .htaccess and config mod_python
We are currently looking for an easy deployment method for our Django-based web applications and are blown away by Virtualmin’s general usefulness. Since we couldn’t find detailed instructions I guess you are still developing or planning to support it.
If you are looking for information: Django has several options to run as an independent server (besides the obvious mod_python). We have good experiences running Django apps with mod_fcgi, mod_fcigd and mod_wsgi in non-privileged user environments.
Please contact us if you need beta testers or any other help with this because there is currently no other administration tool with Django support that we know of!