[GeoNode-users] Geonode error "page not found" on production install

Ivo Santos ivojfs at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 02:39:55 PST 2016

Hi Simone,

Thank you for showing me the correct way. I managed to use geonode on a
subdomain like you suggested. But now every other site on the server is
giving error "Bad Request (400)". Probably this is a common error due to my
inexperience with apache. If this questions are not for this list please
let me know.


2016-01-08 7:36 GMT+00:00 Simone Dalmasso <simone.dalmasso at gmail.com>:

> Hi Ivo,
> Geonode works at the root of the domain and you cannot serve it under
> /geonode unless you change the code or maybe do some tricks with Apache.
> Not sure if someone else has tried that. The suggestion is to keep at the
> root but serve it with an Apache virtualhost when you have a domain name.
> Like geonode.yourdomain.com.
> Regards
> Il giovedì 7 gennaio 2016, Ivo Santos <ivojfs at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I am new to geonode and testing the possibility of using it on my work.
>> For now, I am trying to install Geonode for production.
>> I instaled via apt-get with the snapshots repository on latest version of
>> ubuntu. After that I created the superuser, updated the ip and after that
>> changed the local_settings.py (SITEURL = '') as
>> on the docs <http://docs.geonode.org/en/dev/deploy/production.html>. But
>> when I try to reach that page it appears "page not found". The homepage of
>> geonode remains
>> Am I missing something here? Can you help me? If you need any kind of
>> information, please ask.
>> Best regards and thank you in advance,
>> Ivo
>> --
>> Ivo Santos
> --
> Simone

Ivo Santos
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