Up to $100 off Dedicated Servers

Python Web Applications In cPanel On CloudLinux

Reading Time: 2 minutes


Functionality for Python web applications can lead to increased profitability as a result of a broader offering of technologies to any current or future customers.

The Python Selector in cPanel on CloudLinux allows multiple versions of Python to run on a per-application basis. The versions of Python available to the selector is dependent on the installed Python versions. The steps below will outline installing all the currently available versions of Python.

Python Web Applications In cPanel On CloudLinux



Let's install the dependencies

yum install lvemanager alt-python-virtualenv ea-apache24-mod-alt-passenger

Now, let's check the list of available alt-python packages:

yum grouplist | grep alt-python

Next, we want to install all the alt-python packages available:

yum groupinstall alt-python

Using Python Selector

Step 1.
Login to WHM, and click on the CloudLinux LVE Manager and then click on the Options tab.


Step 2.
Click on the User Interface Settings section to expand and view the settings.


Step 3.
Uncheck the box next to the Hide Python App in the web-interface as seen below.

Step 4.
Login to cPanel and then scroll down to the SOFTWARE section


Step 5.
The Setup Python App should now be available in this section. Click Setup Python App


Step 6.
Now, let's choose the required version of Python from the dropdown menu.

Step 7.
Next, enter a name for the App Directory and finally, choose the App domain/URI and click on the Setup button.

That's it... Awesome job!

Now that you have completed this task, you may want to consider utilizing one of our other exceptional offerings or services. We can assist you in finding the perfect server that will meet your specific business needs. Should you have thoughts, questions or concerns about this article or how best to utilize this technology, simply reach out one of our knowledgeable support admins via a chat,  a phone call to 1-800-580-4985 or, open a support ticket with us at support@liquidweb.com. We're always standing by to offer our guidance and advice to ensure you get the answers you need as quickly as possible! Thanks again for choosing Liquidweb!

Avatar for John Long

About the Author: John Long

Latest Articles

How to renew an SSL certificate (a paid SSL cert)

Read Article

How to use NextCloud — setup and features

Read Article

Use ChatGPT to diagnose and resolve server issues

Read Article

What is SDDC VMware?

Read Article

Best authentication practices for email senders

Read Article