I had pip, pip2, and pip3 working before installing PyCharm. I opened the IDE to try it out and took those steps:
Welcome Screen --> Create New Project --> Django (Interpreter: 3.4.3 at /usr/bin/python3.4) --> Create.
On the next screen I was presented with this:
Followed by this:
The "Proposed Solution" in the above window suggests that I check that I have pip. Before this, I'd been working successfully with pip so this struck me as odd. Nevertheless, I dropped to the terminal and ran:
However, trying pip fails:
Trying pip3 yields similar results. This just wasn't happening before.
However, starting a Django project with the python2.7 interpreter works flawlessly, no problem. But I don't want to use Python 2, I want to use Python 3.