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    How to install Python onto Windows VPS

    trying to add Python onto windows VPS server I have, can't find anyway to do this

     

    How is it done? thanks

     

    and then I want to insall a Flask app - is that possible?

    I have Plesk Onyx control panel, not sure you can do it with this, if so, can you just use a terminal window, and how to do, ie. how do you open a 'terminal' in this system?

     

     

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    Re: How to install Python onto Windows VPS

    Python 3.5 is already installed on the Windows VMs.  To run it from command line, you'll need to update your path variable to add C:\Python35.

    To install a different version of python, simply navigate to the Python Downloads page at https://www.python.org/downloads/ using Internet Explorer (or a different browser that you install on your VM), download the version that you're looking for, and run the installation.

    Re: How to install Python onto Windows VPS

    I'm trying to get Python onto Windows VPS , need to RDP it through Powershell somehow but at the moment can't even connect , pop up box says password incorrect yet this works fine in main GoDaddy server log in page

     

     

    how to do that thanks?

    Re: How to install Python onto Windows VPS

    run Python from command line? which one, as the server does not have a command line

     

    I just want a basic 'hello world' intro Python script to work - doesn't seem to work

     

    Where to update the path variable on the server?

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    Re: How to install Python onto Windows VPS

    @WestonTimes77,

     

    Thanks for posting. I'm not sure if you still require help, but Plesk has dropped support for Python to my knowledge so you'll likely want to follow the steps to install and run it on Windows according to Python's documentation. The same will essentially go for Flask.

     

    In regard to Python, this article should help you get started: https://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide

     

    This one should help you get going with Flask: http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/1.0/installation/#installation


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