Cloned environment causes Kernel to die on a jupyter notebook


I have just cloned an environment from an Anaconda3 backup.

When running Jupyter Notebook on new computer with cloned environment, Kernel dies. I keep receiving the following message:

“The kernel appears to have died. It will restart automatically”

The environment worked just fine on my stolen computer. Jupyter Notebooks are the same. No packages have been added to environment.

I would be grateful if anyone could shed some light on this.

Hi @titoniubo. This issue sounds vaguely familiar as I recall having issues with cloned environments on Windows platforms. I happened to find the related issue and hope it might help in your situation. Instead of cloning, you might find an export/create workflow as described here works better for you.


It works!!!

Thank you very much @kevin-bates

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