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best linux distro for python programmers???

Link to this post 08 Aug 09

I am python programmer, but I am working in windows XP. I want to change this OS on linux distro, but I want a best python supported OS.

Please give an advice and tell me best linux distro for PYTHON

Link to this post 08 Aug 09

Python is build-in in the most common distros, so you need only a nice editor. Geany, gedit should work fine (dunno for KDE).

if you like to configure everythink by yourself choose somethink like Gentoo, Arch or etc...

If you dont - there are many options: ubuntu, fedora, opensuse, mandriva, mint maybe...

seems to me that this topic is for "New to linux". and Be careful when you doublepost, they can get ya... ;P

Link to this post 08 Aug 09

Any distribution will run python. It's just another application to the kernel. Most distributions have the python application and all modules you could want (say python-tk). If you prefer not to use one of the pre-packaged python from the repository you can build it from source.

Link to this post 14 Aug 09

enlisy.

almost all of the system tools were written in python.

Link to this post 15 Feb 10

Yes your right.

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