Converting old skeletons never completes

PyCharm 2.6.2 on Windows XP. The project source is on a remote Linux server. I have a mapped drive on the local Windows machine that PyCharm uses. I've configured the remote Python Interpreter to the Linux server.

Basically, I don't know what the hell I'm doing....but wondering if one of you has insights into my "skeletons" issue.

The message I see at the bottom of PyCharm next to the spinning activity indicator is:

Converting old skeletons: Skeletons of binary modules seem to be from an older version. // These will be fully re-generated, which will take some time, but will happen only once.

When I look at background tasks, it shows no tasks running.
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Hi, do you get the message every time you start PyCharm?
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Please, wait for the next PyCharm update(that week probably) and if the problem remains please submit an issue to http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/PY
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I had suspected my issues, while perhaps related to a bug that is soon to be fixed, were also related to the fact that my "local" source was actually a mapped drive to a Samba share on a Linux server—not local on my Windows workstation.

So...I'm now running a configuration where the code is checked out locally on a Windows drive. I'm using Remote Interpreter and Deployment Host support. I'm running into a new issue with this setup, and I'll post a new thread about that.

My "converting skeletons" issue went away with the new, local source config.
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