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Title: Why does a Python program I write in Windows not work in Linux?
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As mentioned in other answer try running in Python interpreter before compiling.

It is likely some code will have to be changed. For example if your original program contains:

INPUT_FNAME='\Documents\python_datain\today.csv

It would have to be change to:

INPUT_FNAME='~/Documents/python_datain/today.csv'

If it’s low level python and does such things as moving mouse on screen, closing popup browser windows and adjusting screen brightness and color temperature many changes will be needed with added calls to xdotool, xrandr and possibly wmctrl.

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