Docker Support with pycharm_helpers

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I ran out of space in my Docker Machine VM so I started removing unused images and also removed pycharm_helpers.

 

Now when I go back to:

Settings

Project: 

Project Intepreter

And click "Install packaging tools"

 

I get this error:

Pulling pycharm_helpers (pycharm_helpers:PY-181.5087.37)...
pull access denied for pycharm_helpers, repository does not exist or may require 'docker login'
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Hi Ctboyle, could you please readd this docker-based interpreter?

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I have this problem too.

I have tried logging into the docker CLI with 'docker login' and I have tried to re-add the docker compose python interpreter.

I get the following:

Pulling pycharm_helpers (pycharm_helpers:IU-182.4129.33)...
: pull access denied for pycharm_helpers, repository does not exist or may require 'docker login'

Any way to fix this?

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There was an update to IntelliJ available so I updated and then it was able to get a newer version of pycharm_helpers.

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