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I have managed to solve this by copying apt_pkg.cpython-34m-i386-linux-gnu.so to /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ from another desktop running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I have tried almost all possibilities found over internet like, purging python installation and then reinstalling, cleaning broken upgrade files etc, but ended up with no success.
The problem is not with Python. JDK stands for Java Development Kit, which PyCharm need in order to run. Try this link to install the Open JDK: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14788345/how-to-install-jdk-on-ubuntu-linux
No JDK found means that it can't find Java on your machine. So check if Java is installed--if not, install it.
Because there is not an official answer to this question (even thought there are about 10 in the comments), I will tell you your problem. The default nVidia driver that comes with ubuntu (nouveau) is an ingenious piece of junk. If you install the proprietary drivers for you nVidia card, your computer will stop freezing.
For the error you encounter in debreate, sudo apt-get install python-wxgtk2.8 source: source of above solution
Unfortunately you need to recompile it. And unfortunately the last stable version (1.9.1) doesn't support python 3... So you need to download the last source code from the trunk, hopping it's not broken at this moment: sudo apt-get install mercurial hg clone https://bitbucket.org/pygame/pygame You also need to download the build dependency: sudo apt-get ...
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