I simply moved my website for an actual apache server (was developing in your area before) and also the site can't appear to obtain the web addresses.py file. essentially ultimately the home page works, that is strange by itself thinking about when time passes to the url, e.g. website/about/, i will receive a 404 error with text {'path': u'about/'}.

I attempted ROOT_URLCONF set to mysite.urls and merely urls, and when i slowly move the web addresses.py it'll still behave exactly the same way.

I'm not sure if it is related however i also can't appear to gain access to my website media folder, it appears as if the server continues to be reading through it in the old path, however the configurations.py file is correct. (attempted restarting apache, restarting server, etc..)

I'd become more concerned about it not locating the media directory, that's pure apache. In the event that part of the process is not working, little else will. Use apache's httpd.conf before you can browse towards the media directory properly first.

Update:

I replicated during my working conf file and replaced your values. Your django.root should be "" or otherwise set whatsoever, as I have discovered that it should not finish having a /:

<Location "/">
  SetHandler python-program
  PythonHandler django.core.handlers.modpython
  SetEnv DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE fikdusite.settings
  PythonOption django.root ""
  PythonDebug On
  PythonPath "['/django_apps/', '/django_apps/fikdusite/'] + sys.path"
</Location>

And make certain the .profile from the user that apache runs your website as, has:

export DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE='fikdusite.settings'
export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/django_apps:/django_apps/fikdusite

First, avoid using mod_python, use mod_wsgi.

Next, remember you need to restart Apache any time you create a code alternation in Django.