I have installed pycharm in a University Linux system. This is a "global" installation that many will be using and we're trying to set sensible defaults for users.
One problem that I have encountered is that pycharm only seems to find python interpreters that are installed in standard locations (like /usr/bin/python).
I know it is easy to add interpreters in the GUI, but for example we would like students to have python3 as default when they start pycharm for the first time.
Is this possible?
The version of pycharm we are using right know is 2019.1.2 on Redhat Enterprise Linux 7.