Can anyone help me with how to deploy streamlit model in the Linux server without Github repository?

Can anyone help me with how to deploy streamlit model in the Linux server without Github repository?

Hi @goutamborthakur555 -

While using Git or another version control system is a good development practice, it’s not required for deploying a Streamlit app. Can you provide some more detail about what you’ve tried and where you need help?

Best,
Randy

Hi,

Thank you for your reply!

I found out the process of how to deploy in Linux Cloud server.
Unfortunately, my Linux Server support only Python 2.6.6 which is currently not supported by Streamlit.

Python 2.6.6 itself doesn’t need to be the limiting factor; that’s the default install, but projects such as miniconda are setup to be installable in a regular user directory. So if you can download files to that directory, setting up Streamlit to run against Python 3 shouldn’t take much effort.

Thank you for your reply! Let me work on it.

If you’re able to install docker in the Linux VM, then you’re not constrained to system Python version :slightly_smiling_face:

Using docker also allows easier deployment of apps that have sticky libraries dependencies (e.g., geo-related).

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Thank you for your solution. Let me check with my service provider!