I'm on a PC windows 10 and always open git bash, then
source activate my-env and open a jupyter notebook; somehow my-env broke and I get this error:
"C:\bld\conda_1565126647711_h_env/etc/profile.d/conda.sh: No such file or directory"
Also, I cannot activate "my-env" in a jupyter notebook and I'm getting a "kernal error" in jupyter; but I am able to activate the environment from command prompt.
- typing the entire file path into bash
- deleting the env in bash
- deleting the env from command prompt (still can activate it from CMD)
- opening jupyter from CMD; still get the kernal error there
echo ". C:\Users\mngav\Anaconda3\etc\profile.d\conda.sh" >> ~\.bashrcwhich worked for a colleague but was not successful for me.
Should I just hard reset my comp and set up the environment form scratch?