STINNER Victor added the comment:

"Trying to run the python interpreter in a chroot fails if /dev/urandom is not 
present."

The workaround is simple: fix your chroot to correctly expose /dev/urandom in 
the chroot. It's a common and known issue, no?

Since the issue is almost dead since 2 years and I don't know if arc4random() 
is suitable for os.urandom(), I close the issue. If you want to reopen it, 
please come back with more information on arc4random() security ;-)

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resolution:  -> out of date
status: open -> closed

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