Invalid 'PassengerAppRoot' error when installing Django w/cPanel
I currently have a website running on Godaddy with the "Economy Linux Hosting with cPanel" plan and I want to use Django on the website. I followed the instructions given in this tutorialand also this one but when I try to test it by going to the "[website].com/admin" page, I get a 500 Internal Server Error. When I look at the Error page on cPanel, I see this error every time I try to access that page.
NOTE: Omitted cPanel username and database info.
/home/[cPanel username]/public_html/test/.htaccess:Invalid command 'PassengerAppRoot', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
This is what my .htaccess looks like (it's auto-created when I perform the "Setup Python App" process in cPanel).
# DO NOT REMOVE. CLOUDLINUX PASSENGER CONFIGURATION BEGINPassengerAppRoot"/home/[cPanel Username]/myapp"PassengerBaseURI"/."PassengerPython"/home/[cPanel Username]/virtualenv/myapp/3.6/bin/python3.6"# DO NOT REMOVE. CLOUDLINUX PASSENGER CONFIGURATION END
"/home/[cPanel Username]/myapp" is the Django project root folder with manage.py and also passenger_wsgi.py, as seen here.