Deploying a Django App to a Linux Server | Django App from Scratch Part 6
Welcome to the final video in our series of Building and Deploying a Django App from scratch. In this video, @CodeWithTomi will show you how to deploy the app we’ve been working on to a Linode server. The first episode of this series is available here.
0:48 Deploy Django on Linode
3:50 SSH into the server
5:30 Connect to Django Admin
6:30 Create new repository
9:00 Examine the current Django Project
12:42 Import files into our Repo
16:50 Update IP address in manage.py
17:24 Enable nohup to make app persistent
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