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PyCharm is not able to run jupyter with error no such kernel named python3 #936
I have this issue with pycharm 2016.2 and Anaconda 3.4
I've investigated this a bit, and apparently there is 2 possible reasons
For a longer explanation: Anaconda provides its own manager class CondaKernelSpecManager
In its "get_kernel_spec(self, kernel_name)" it tries to find provided kernel name in conda environments
I don't see the need to remove natives names, especially if they are not duplicated with conda environements.
@MordicusEtCubitus We've released versions of
conda update nb_conda nb_conda_kernels nb_anacondacloud
As-installed kernel names that are eligible for being
The downside is as many as three options for the current env, i.e. if you are in root, you will see Python 2 and Python [root] and Python [default], you can now reproducibly capture which environment your kernel should run against.