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It´s not really a problem but i´m would like to know the diference. I´m not programmer. When i started with GeoNode 2.4 i used to run the commands as geonode name-of-the-command Migrating to 2.6, some commands didn´t work that way and now i´m using them as

python manage.py name-of-the-command

If i run geonode updatelayers, i get errors; but if i run python manage.py updatelayers, everything goes smooth.

Why?

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If the geonode wasn't installed via quick installer, then you have to use "python manage.py"

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What does GeoNode doing? link website Geonode is seems to me like a US open layer dataset. Your are looking for open data for the US? You can use WMS/WFS data and import it in QGIS. If you want to use GeoNode 2.4 which OS are you using?

My experience is to do a full deinstallation (official way) and fresh install of the new software.

  • I know what GeoNode is, i´ve been using it for a while. The question is about GeoNode commands used in the server, as administrator. – AN For Nov 10 '17 at 12:34

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