ROOT Version: 6.22/02
Platform: Bash in Ubuntu on Windows (WLS, Windows 10, Ubuntu 16)
Sorry for annoying you again. I think I have done something really wrong during the update of the bash to ubuntu 16 and of my old version of ROOT to the last. After these processes, my laptop started crashing with blue screens and SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION errors (it reboots with this error when I try to start it after suspending the system) and ROOT stopped compiling/interpreting some of my codes with a temporary error “sh: 1: Syntax error: Unterminated quoted string” which disappears after some hours letting me compile all the codes after this time . Maybe somebody knows about a possible solution/problem?
I don’t know if this post is appropriate here (@Axel ) , if not you can delete it.
note: I have no programs on the laptop which were installed just before (less than 15 days) or after ROOT so I think I missed something during this installation/update