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In the nginx config the key is to connect the base url to the upstream server (other parameters - the same as usual):

location /subdir/ {
    uwsgi_pass unix:///var/uwsgi/mysite.sock; # using a Unix socket here, as one of the options
    include uwsgi_params;
}

In the settings.py file:

ASKBOT_URL = 'subdir/' # without the leading slash
# If uploaded files urls and media also need to be custom
# adjust parameters `MEDIA_URL` and `STATIC_URL` to be the same as locations
# in the nginx config.

The above sufficient for me with the uwsgi upstream Python app server, with Django 1.8.

If you are using mod_wsgi - FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME might need to be set in the settings.py - I haven't tested, but it should be similar to ASKBOT_URL value, give or take the slashes.

In the nginx config the key is to connect the base url to the upstream server (other parameters - the same as usual):

location /subdir/ {
    uwsgi_pass unix:///var/uwsgi/mysite.sock; # using a Unix socket here, as one of the options
    include uwsgi_params;
}

In the settings.py file:

ASKBOT_URL = 'subdir/' # without the leading slash
# If uploaded files urls and media also need to be custom
# adjust parameters `MEDIA_URL` and `STATIC_URL` to be the same as locations
# in the nginx config.

The above sufficient for me with the uwsgi upstream Python app server, with Django 1.8.

If you are using mod_wsgi - FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME might need to be set in the settings.py - I haven't tested, but it should be similar to ASKBOT_URL value, give or take the slashes.slashes. This might also be needed for other Python app servers, including uwsgi - I haven't tested older versions.

In the nginx config the key is to connect the base url to the upstream server (other parameters - the same as usual):

location /subdir/ {
    uwsgi_pass unix:///var/uwsgi/mysite.sock; # using a Unix socket here, as one of the options
    include uwsgi_params;
}

In the settings.py file:

ASKBOT_URL = 'subdir/' # without the leading slash
# If uploaded files urls and media also need to be custom
# adjust parameters `MEDIA_URL` and `STATIC_URL` to be the same as locations
# in the nginx config.

The above is sufficient for me with the uwsgi upstream Python app server, with Django 1.8.

If you are using mod_wsgi - FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME might need to be set in the settings.py - I haven't tested, but it should be similar to ASKBOT_URL value, give or take the slashes. This might also be needed for other Python app servers, including uwsgi - I haven't tested older versions.