I do not want to have two versions of Python on my computer and the version that I want is 2.7.
I (today) installed Ubuntu 16.04 so that I would have Python 2.7, but (possibly because 16.04 is older and my computer is newer) I am having issues with it recognizing my display. (I had originally installed 18.04, and it worked great -- except it had Python 3.0, which I do not want.) I have the option of "upgrading" to Ubuntu 18.04 (hopefully that would fix the display issues), but the whole reason that I went with 16.04 was to get Python 2.7.
There are posts about how to remove a version or modify code, but that is not my question. My question is simply this: If I say "yes" to the upgrade to 18.04 (because it is asking if I want to do this) am I going to have two versions of Python, or worse, will I lose 2.7 and get 3.0?