Can't see the Docker option under python Interpreter to connect remotely

I am using Mac OS and Community Edition of Pycharm. I have installed Docker plugin and while setting up docker as remote interpreter I am not able to see the option of Docker under Add Interpreter. I am not sure what is the problem.
I have also attached the screenshot for the reference where on the left hand side panel I am supposed to see the Docker option which I can't see.

Is docker is not supported for Community edition of Pycharm? Or is there any other problem? 

I would appreciate if any one could help me with this.

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Hi,

Docker and Docker Compose support is part of PyCharm Professional as can be found in https://www.jetbrains.com/products/compare/?product=pycharm&product=pycharm-ce

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We're having the same problem here. Would love a response to this issue. We have the docker plugin, we can connect to the docker service, see containers, but docker doesn't show up as an option for the python interpreters.

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Davidparks21

Are you using PyCharm Professional? Could you please provide your Logs from **Help | Collect Logs and Diagnostic Data**? 

You can use uploading service at https://uploads.jetbrains.com/ , and provide upload ID in your reply.

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Hello, I have the same problem with Pycharm Community edition. Is adding docker as Python interpreter not possible using the Docker Plugin of Pycharm Community? Many Thanks in advance!

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Please note that Docker support only exists in PyCharm Professional.
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So please add PyCharm Professional as a paid plugin to all other ideas, i have a project that is running in docker and written in go and go is running a python script, Goland is not detecting my docker python env and PyCharm is not good with go

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Yweing0720 As of now, the Python community edition plugin is available  to IDEs such as GoLand, Rider, DataGrip, and RustRover - https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7322-python-community-edition  - Which is why you can't see you docker env by default

Other IDEs do have the PyCharm Professional features.

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I have the same problem on the Professional edition. I have an existing interpreter that doesn't work (this was the reason why I found I couldn't add a new docker [compose] interpreter).

It happened after switching to 241.9959.30





UPD:

 

downgrading fixed the problem


 

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Dmitry S it seems you need to enable the FTP/SFTP/WebDAV Connectivity plugin: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-71931

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