Activation problems


I am having problems in activating the qiime2-2022.11 environment.
The follow message appears:

conda activate qiime2-2022.11
QIIME is caching your current deployment for improved performance. This may take a few moments and should only happen once per development.
Illegal instruction (core dumped)

I'm running it on Ubuntu, and no error was reported during instalation on the Miniconda3.
I didn't find any other topic that could help me.

Thank you.

Can you post the results of running conda info and conda list in your environment? We have received a handful of complaints like this and are working to resolve the issue.

Thanks for replying. Sure.

(base) [email protected]:~# conda info

 active environment : base
active env location : /root/miniconda3
        shell level : 1
   user config file : /root/.condarc

populated config files :
conda version : 23.1.0
conda-build version : not installed
python version :
virtual packages : __archspec=1=x86_64
base environment : /root/miniconda3 (writable)
conda av data dir : /root/miniconda3/etc/conda
conda av metadata url : None
channel URLs : main/linux-64
package cache : /root/miniconda3/pkgs
envs directories : /root/miniconda3/envs
platform : linux-64
user-agent : conda/23.1.0 requests/2.28.1 CPython/3.10.8 Linux/4.15.0-202-generic ubuntu/18.04.6 glibc/2.27
UID:GID : 0:0
netrc file : None
offline mode : False

(base) [email protected]:~# conda list

packages in environment at /root/miniconda3:

Name Version Build Channel

_libgcc_mutex 0.1 main
_openmp_mutex 5.1 1_gnu
brotlipy 0.7.0 py310h7f8727e_1002
bzip2 1.0.8 h7b6447c_0
ca-certificates 2023.01.10 h06a4308_0
certifi 2022.12.7 py310h06a4308_0
cffi 1.15.1 py310h5eee18b_3
charset-normalizer 2.0.4 pyhd3eb1b0_0
conda 23.1.0 py310h06a4308_0
conda-content-trust 0.1.3 py310h06a4308_0
conda-package-handling 2.0.2 py310h06a4308_0
conda-package-streaming 0.7.0 py310h06a4308_0
cryptography 38.0.4 py310h9ce1e76_0
idna 3.4 py310h06a4308_0
ld_impl_linux-64 2.38 h1181459_1
libffi 3.4.2 h6a678d5_6
libgcc-ng 11.2.0 h1234567_1
libgomp 11.2.0 h1234567_1
libstdcxx-ng 11.2.0 h1234567_1
libuuid 1.41.5 h5eee18b_0
ncurses 6.4 h6a678d5_0
openssl 1.1.1s h7f8727e_0
pip 22.3.1 py310h06a4308_0
pluggy 1.0.0 py310h06a4308_1
pycosat 0.6.4 py310h5eee18b_0
pycparser 2.21 pyhd3eb1b0_0
pyopenssl 22.0.0 pyhd3eb1b0_0
pysocks 1.7.1 py310h06a4308_0
python 3.10.8 h7a1cb2a_1
readline 8.2 h5eee18b_0
requests 2.28.1 py310h06a4308_0
ruamel.yaml 0.17.21 py310h5eee18b_0
ruamel.yaml.clib 0.2.6 py310h5eee18b_1
setuptools 65.5.0 py310h06a4308_0
six 1.16.0 pyhd3eb1b0_1
sqlite 3.40.1 h5082296_0
tk 8.6.12 h1ccaba5_0
toolz 0.12.0 py310h06a4308_0
tqdm 4.64.1 py310h06a4308_0
tzdata 2022g h04d1e81_0
urllib3 1.26.14 py310h06a4308_0
wheel 0.37.1 pyhd3eb1b0_0
xz 5.2.10 h5eee18b_1
zlib 1.2.13 h5eee18b_0
zstandard 0.18.0 py310h5eee18b_0

I hope it helps. Cheers.

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@carolinnerdc, Ok I have been talking with some of the other developers, and it sounds like we had a patch release that should have fixed this. However, Conda does not necessarily create a "clean" enough environment on its own that at simple new install will work. What seems to be working for people is remove their current environment conda remove -n YOUR_ENVIRONMENT_NAME, then run conda clean --all, then perform a fresh environment install using the instructions at the installation page. Let me know if this works for you.

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