I'm looking for a desktop environment without Python dependency unlike Unity and GNOME. Because I don't want to get in to any trouble like this link.
There are couple of minimalist desktops that don't depend on python.
blackbox. If you run
apt-cache show blackbox | grep -i pyth, you can see there's nowhere for python to be listed.
openbox. If you run the same command you can see this:
apt-cache show openbox | grep -i pyth Recommends: obconf, python-xdg Suggests: menu, fonts-dejavu, python, libxml2-dev, tint2, openbox-menu, openbox-gnome-session (= 3.5.2-6), openbox-kde-session (= 3.5.2-6)
Python there is recommended but not required.
apt-cache show xubuntu-desktop | grep -i pyth shows nothing. Also,
You can install any of those desktops with
sudo apt install or
sudo apt install and add desktop name. Use
apt-cache search <name> to ind the desired desktop in the available repositories
If you read my (IMHO best) answer to that, you will see that the user did NOT learn Linux, and thought that
sudo apt-get remove python 3.5.0 would affect Python version 3.5.0. It does not. It
python, and his system stopped working.
Don't be that user! Make heavy use of the
man command, don't run
sudo anything until you fully understand what it does.
There is NO piece of software that is safe from an uninformed user using