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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
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
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.
almost all of the system tools were written in python.
Yes your right.