I’m getting 500 Internal Service errors when trying to access my python and CGI files, and error log isn’t reading any faults. I’ve changed .htaccess and set permissions according to the other posts on this issue. I’ve also tried re-saving the files in Notepad to make sure the encoding is correct. I’ve tried using #! usr/local/bin/python2.7 and #! usr/bin/python. Neither that, nor my “hello world” basic CGI script worked.
One of the help documents said that Deluxe hosting and up has Python 2.7.2 support, but that cPanel accounts don’t support Python 2.7. Since I have deluxe hosting with cPanel, I just wanted to make sure that I have Python support. If so, any recommendations on troubleshooting?
Thanks in advance.
Problem solved. In case anyone finds this thread later, here's the guide to installing Python 3 on GoDaddy:
Also, here's the guide to using the SSH terminal:
also worth noting that if you follow the above instructions, your python directory will be
/home/*your cPanel username*/.local/bin/Python3.
Hello, I am having a similar problem to you. My cgi script worked when the shebang (#!/usr/bin/env python) pointed to the default python installation for the system (2.6 in my case). However, I needed python3 to use an sdk, so I followed the same tutorial as you with success (python 3.6.8). The problem is that I can seem to figure out what shebang will point to python3. this is what I get for
[~]$ which python 3
With the shebang
I get a 500 status response.
You said you got yours to work??
Hi all -
Having the same issue as prior post (e.g., 500 error with shebang pointing to new python3 installation). Tried numerous things...to no avail. Any solution identified?