Install Django with pip package manager, for example inside (virtual) environment, install version 1.8 LTS 1:

pip install "django < 1.9"

You can check your install version (not only using pip also) with command django-admin

django-admin --version

for example it will output: 1.8

Now we are ready to create Django project:

django-admin startproject rdjango

it will create directory rdjango, and inside the directory there will be these files:

./manage.py

./rdjango

./rdjango/__init__.py

./rdjango/settings.py

./rdjango/urls.py

./rdjango/wsgi.py

Configure database on settings.py if you want to use PostgreSQL or MySQL, then run:

python manage.py migrate

and now you can run the Django (development environment) using:

python manage.py runserver