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I have a Cloud Linux shared web hosting service with a popular company. They provided python but not enough libraries for me to run a FLASK micro web framework. I do not have admin access,YUM, or PIP so I can run any install scripts.

What would I have to do inorder to manually install and use a python web framework? Does it even have to be installed? Are there any python web frameworks that don't need to be installed

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You can simply install the library to your local user account.

To do that see this Stack Overflow answer : How to install python modules without root access

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