My default system intepreter is python 3.6. This means that is soft-linked to /usr/bin/python3 and my system console calls it by default.
PyCharm has python3.7 as default and pretends to see it in /usr/bin while it is not there! I'm attaching part of /usr/bin as seen by PyCharm and by the console app midnigthcommander:
This is incredible! I can't use the system interpreter and PyCharm uses python 3.7 which I don't know where it installed (I'm sorry I don't remember the details of the installation)
I also tried to soft-link python3.6 to my home folder, thinking that permissions may be screwed up for /usr/bin. I'm trying to navigate to /home/<myUserName>/python3.6 in PyCharm to use it as interpreter and it cannot see it!
Is this a bug or am I missing something?
I'm using PyCharm Community 2020.1.2, built #PC 201.7846.77 June 1 2020. I use Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon 64bit.