Make sure you have installed:
The installation is straightforward and should last just a few minutes. Please execute following steps:
If you encounter problems, please see trouble shooting.
If you’re setting up a production environment then you should not use Django’s builtin development server (bin/django runserver). Instead, you’ll probably want to use uWsgi or Gunicorn servers. Check Django (and uWsgi/Gunicorn) documentation for details.
For production environments you’re supposed to change robots.txt file (otherwise bots/crawlers like google bot will not be allowed to scan your site, which is not what you probably want). Default version of robots.txt is located at lfs_theme application: templates/lfs/shop/robots.txt. You should create your own ‘mytheme’ app with structure like: templates/lfs/shop/robots.txt and place it in settings.INSTALLED_APPS before(!) ‘lfs_theme’. Also note, that in production environment it is good to serve robots.txt directly from HTTP server like nginx or Apache.
Migration starting from 0.10 is based on Django’s default migrations, see: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.8/topics/migrations/
Migrations from 0.5 - 0.8 to version 0.10 needs an intermediate step through version 0.9.
Migration from versions 0.5 - 0.8 to version 0.9 can be done with a migration command (lfs_migrate) which migrates existing databases up to version 0.9.