How can I install Google's appengine in Ubuntu 12.04?
Is there an easy method to install it with all dependencies? Is there a PPA?
Install Google App Engine
Extract the zipped file either use the context menu to extract files into a folder.
After you finish extracting, you will get a folder
But path specified using export command is valid as long as you are inside the current terminal window. That means as soon as you close the window, the path specified becomes invalid. To specify the path in the system, you have to edit
and specify the path there.
All set & done, now you have the shiny Google App Engine up & running its time to do the real job. Let us make an ‘Hello World’ application for Google App Engine, using you own Linux Box – excited ? To start using app engine, you have to register an application at
That requires your usual Google Account’s credentials and the environment is ready to be used instantly.
this tutorial describes how to develop and deploy a simple Python 2.7 project with Google App Engine.
I know it's an old question, but official way to install it is..
Worked for me on
Here are the steps I followed to get GAE 1.7.1 working on Ubuntu 12.04.
Here are the terminal commands for the steps above:
Now its time to create the project and start the development server.
The first line simply copies and renames the
With the development server up and running you can view
If you get stuck I have written a tutorial that covers these steps in more detail. All the best.
You can install the App Engine Python SDK with appengine.py, a Python script that automates download and installation.
If you don't have
Then, install the script:
Then install a given