In Windows 10, I am using Linux subsystem. I first open a cmd terminal with administrator, and then start
bash in the cmd terminal, and then use the bash shell.
Sometimes my bash hangs upon running in a terminal.
For example, when a file is opened by some software in Windows, I try to rename the parent directory of the file by
mv fileParentDir fileParentDirnew in bash, and then bash will hang.
If I force to close the bash terminal, and then reopen a new cmd terminal to start
bash again, the command
bash will hang too. The problem can be solved by restarting Windows.
is there a solution to the hang problem, not by restarting Windows?
I googled and some said that multiple partition files might be the reason. But I am only using one single partition and partition file.