That's not what I was talking about. In fact, in that file those lines are pointing to python 2.7 a it should. What I was talking about is that when you run "equo install ..." or "equo search ..." or "equo deptest", equo is executed with your default python version, wich in my case is python 3. What I need is a way to tell the system that "equo" must be executed through python 2.7 and not using the default python version.
PS: I finally done it by editing the "/usr/bin/equo" file an changing the first line with this one:
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In that way the equo command is allways executed with python 2.7 independently of my default python version, wich is python 3.2.3. Since the edit of the file, no more problems detected. May I suggest as a patch or update for the equo command? That solves problems for people that want to use python 3 by default and only needs python 2 for compatibility issues with equo or other software.