I have a computer in my university office, with Ubuntu on it, ssh running, and Python. I'm connecting on it myself using ssh to run Python programs and see the output. Only command-line output, nothing fancy.
However, I have this colleague I would like to allow to do the same. Unfortunately, he is not great with IT, so I wouldn't want to go through the whole process of familiarizing him with ssh. I'm looking for a simple alternative way for him to run the program and see the (command-line) output.
Running the program in this context means being confined to a specific folder
myFolder, and do
python file1.py within that folder.
Does Ubuntu come with apache or another web server installed? Is there another means of communication I could set up for him? He is using Windows 7.