How to get Mezzanine up and running on cPanel shared hosting

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The follwing articles were of much use when switching this weblog from the no longer maintained Nucleus to Mezzanine, a modern blog and content management system, based on the Django web application framework and Python:

  1. Setting up a Python virtual environment (required to be able to install local packages via pip, the Python package installer):
    http://janealam.com/2017/10/06/how-to-install-virtualenv-python-for-flask-app-on-cpanel-base-shared-hosting/
  2. Installing Mezzanine with its dependencies (e.g. psycopg2 python support for the PostgreSQL database to be used as content repository):
    https://www.rosslaird.com/2013/06/10/first-steps-with-mezzanine/
  3. Running Mezzanine through the Phusion Passenger Application Manager available in cPanel (via its WSGI loader):
    https://help.dreamhost.com/hc/en-us/articles/215769548-Passenger-and-Python-WSGI
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