First, log in to the server with the user account for which you want to build a Python environment. After that, execute the following command in your home directory.
$ git clone https://github.com/yyuu/pyenv.git .pyenv $ mkdir .pyenv/shims .pyenv/versions $ cd .pyenv/plugins $ git clone https://github.com/yyuu/pyenv-virtualenv.git
After completing the above command, add the following program to **. Bashrc **.
export PYENV_ROOT=~/.pyenv export PATH=~/.pyenv/shims:~/.pyenv/bin:/usr/local/bin:$PATH eval "$(pyenv init -)" eval "$(pyenv virtualenv-init -)"
After that, you can reflect the environment variables by executing the following command.
$ source .bashrc
To transfer the files in your local environment to the server, run the ** scp ** command. The usage of scp is as follows.
scp Path of the file you want to transfer on your local environment Username@Remote host name:Destination path
Let's take an example to make it easier to understand. Suppose each element is given in the specific example below. In that case, it will be as follows.
|I want to transfer on the local environment
|Remote host name||apple|
#When transferring files scp /usr/home/box/data.txt chocolate@apple:/home/chocolate #When transferring the entire folder scp -r /usr/home/box chocolate@apple:/home/chocolate