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 Python 2.7 and Ubuntu 19.04?
Seems like I can't get a program (Folding at home) to run, that has Python 2.7 dependencies in Ubuntu 19.04, which comes with Python 3 by default.
It works fine in Ubuntu 18.04, and 18.10 which still are supplied with working Python 2 installers.

I think it has to do with Ubuntu 19.04 coming with Linux Kernel 5, vs Kernel 4 for 18.04.

What's the latest info? Updates? Fixes?

I don't have 19.04 yet but you can try
sudo apt install python2.7
then use /usr/bin/python2.7 instead of /usr/bin/python
If use pyenv then can change to 2.7 or whatever version want to use.
pyenv Simple Python Version Management.
Python 3.7.3 as default and no Python 2(without install) is of course the right way to go.

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