Key "python" into a terminal. If you get the python prompt (>>>) then you have Python installed. Ctrl-D exits python. Most distros will have it installed in /usr/bin, so you can also check for a /usr/bin/python2.x file.
You will have to find someone who has used all flavors of Linux to get an answer to that. Since that is impossible, you might have to use a bash script to check for a Python installation, and if Python is installed, if would then run the Python program.
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