I recently noticed (due to something else entirely) that my Python environment, using eselect, is set to 2.7 and not 3.4. What I was wondering was should it be set to 3.4? Everything seems to work ok, except for the occasional KDE glitch when the borders disappear after a minor KDE crash.That used to be an issue but now it seems to restart itself correctly so is now less of a problem. Switching Python versions probably wouldn't fix this but I was curious as to if there where any significant benefits or performance gains to be obtained.
Any advice would be appreciated on this.
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It is set to 2.7 because Portage (the Gentoo Linux package manager) uses Python 2.7, and Sabayon Linux is based on Gentoo Linux and Entropy provides you with pre-canned packages that were built using Portage. So, to answer your question, no it shouldn't and your installation is OK.