ssh tunelling for Remote interpreter

I am trying to set up the Remote Interpreter function of Pycharm.

I need to first ssh an intermediary computer before I can ssh to the machine where my python interpreter is. A simple ssh tunnel, you see.

I've tried to set up a .login script in the intermediary machine, so whenever I log in on it, it will automatically ssh to the python machine.

In command line tests it works ok; it's like I can only see the python machine.

But when I configure my remote python interpreter in pycharm to connect to the intermediary machine, it wont connect to my python-machine, as if it ignored my .login script.

Is there a way to ssh tunnel in pycharm?
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Hi Calliban,
that kind of configuration is unsupported yet.
Please submit an issue to the issue tracker http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/PY

If you want to make it work, please notice that Remote interpreters in PyCharm use SSH execution and SFTP.
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