If you have existing .db sessions from a source idderation they load fine, but delete them all, and try and create a new session after install? This comes outta the error log after being told their was an error in the startup process.
---begin logging--- Sun Oct 23, 2011 19:24:47 core.sessions ERROR: Unable to initialize an instance of session.Twitter Traceback (most recent call last): File "sessions.pyo", line 23, in RegisterSession File "session\twitter\twitter.pyo", line 36, in init File "core\sessions\buffers\main.pyo", line 21, in init File "core\sessions\sound\sound.pyo", line 28, in init File "core\sessions\sound\sound.pyo", line 115, in announce_session_mute File "configobj.pyo", line 583, in getitem KeyError: 'mute' Sun Oct 23, 2011 19:24:47 root ERROR: Error in startup process. Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.pyw", line 37, in main File "sessions.pyo", line 170, in setup File "sessions.pyo", line 144, in RegisterDefaultSessions File "meta_interface.pyo", line 129, in NewSession File "sessions.pyo", line 94, in SetSession TypeError: list indices must be integers, not NoneType ---end logging---
note if you have preexisting sessions and try and create a new one? You also have the same issue. the session won't create but your preexisting sessions are in tact.
note that the folder with the session name is created and an empty data folder inside that folder and a blank ssession.conf are created. This has been filed as a blocker as we cannot release until we fix the issue.