How to setup Django on Linux Ubuntu 14.04

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  1. I keep trying to install a virtualenv on my linode but for some reason it keeps saying sudo: pip: command non found. I followed another guide and managed to set up a virtualenv in my local host directory using my windows command prompt but like I said before, it doesn't seem to work on linode. My guess is that pip is no installed, but how do I actually install it in my linode? For what it's worth I'm running Python 3.5 through the anaconda distribution.

  2. Hello i am having a problem with the server. When i try to do the <VirtuaHost> portion then try to restart my server i receive an error due to line 11. which is the ServerAlias line.

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