Page Title: Failed to Fork error with Ubuntu on Windows 10

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Page Description: The FATAL -> Failed to fork error on Ubuntu WSL Terminal occurs due to lack of total memory for the terminal's operation. here's how to fix the issue.

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Page Text: RECOMMENDED: Click here to repair Windows problems & optimize system performance The Ubuntu terminal may throw out an error – Failed to fork on Windows 10. This terminal gets installed under the feature of Windows Subsystem for Linux . The cause of this error comes down to be lack of memory and can occur when a user is trying to get the latest updates for the terminal. The error reads: # apt-get update FATAL -> Failed to fork. Failed to Fork error with Ubuntu on Windows 10 If you receive Failed to Fork error with Ubuntu on Windows 10, we suggest you try our following suggestions: Create a new Swap file. Disable the Antivirus. 1] Create a new Swap file Open the Terminal for the Windows Subsystem for Linux distro and enter the following command to create a new swap file and allocate 4 Gigabytes to it: sudo fallocate -1 4G /swapfile Make the file more secure by entering this command: sudo chmod 600 /swapfile Set the swap space with this command: sudo mkswap /swapfile Next, enable the swap space with this command: sudo swapon /swapfile Reboot your computer after closing the distro and check. Your error should be fixed. 2] Disable the Antivirus Your antivirus might be affecting the proper functioning of the activities in the WSL Terminal. We recommend you to temporarily turn the Antivirus solution or Windows Defender off and check if that fixes the error. Turn it on after the operation completes successfully. We hope you found the steps easy to follow and you were successful in resolving the issue.

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