I'm very new in web servers and stuff but I have certain knowledge in Python, is it possible to use it as cgi, such as php? I know that python has a cgi module.
ps: I'm using apache2 in a debian server.
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Sure, there are many ways of serving python applications via apache2.
you can use python via mod_python :
or if your app is written in any of python frameworks (flask,bottle,django), you can just configure frameworks webserver and point apache2 to it's socket/port and act as a proxy.