I have a Python3 script (https://launchpad.net/novabot-xaiml) that runs well on Debian-based systems. The code does not contain any distro specific commands or links to system files. In fact, I expect this script to work on all Unix and Unix-like systems. However, I have received some reports that this script crashes immediately when run on RedHat-based systems. I have not heard anything from Slackware-based users, so I do not know if this script has some bug specific to RedHat-based systems or if this script will only work on Debian systems. I am still looking into this issue (have been for some time), but I started to wonder if Python is the same across distros. Question: Is Python3 standard across all Linux distros? I assume it is, but I am starting to wonder. Just in case someone wonders or asks, the hashpling is Code: #!/usr/bin/env python3 Note: If you decide to try this program on your system, please download and use the pre-release (https://launchpad.net/novabot-xaiml/trunk/v0.8a/ download/Novabot_Pre-Release_v0.9a.tar.xz). If you are a Python programmer and decide to view my code, do so here (http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d/novabot-xaiml/trunk/files).