How can I add Python interpreters manually (when they can't be detected)?

I have recently installed PyCharm 3.0.2 on Ubuntu 13.10. (As in, I've unzipped the archive and am running the .sh file.)

However, I can't define any Python interpreters. None appear in the interpreter list, and when I click the + button, nothing happens. (I do have Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3 installed in their default locations, plus a virtualenv created in ~/.virtualenvs )

Is there any way to manually add an interpreter to the PyCharm config files? Or fix this issue?
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Also, PyCharm 3.0.1 was working on Ubuntu 12.04, but I no longer have that installer/archive. Where can I get a download of 3.0.1 to test it in the new environment?
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Found an old copy of PyCharm 3.0.0 and reproduced the issue with that too. Has anyone else had this issue with Ubuntu 13.10 (64-bit)?

Logged the issue here http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-11612 also asked here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20538011
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@Anna done, thanks! note that after two days the problem has mysteriously disappeared - I'll continue posting any information requested to the ticket until it is resolved or closed as a heisenbug
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