dissabte, 8 de setembre de 2018
How to run Linux BASH (Bourne Again Shell) on your Windows 10 PC
As reported last week, Microsoft will launch an 'Anniversary Update' aka 'Redstone' for Windows 10 that will bring Ubuntu file system to Windows 10, allowing you to use Bash to run command-line Linux applications without a virtual machine.
However, you do not have to wait until this summer to run Bash (Bourne Again Shell) on your Windows 10 OS, as Microsoft has released the first preview build of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to the members of its Insider program, build 14316 which contains the Bash Shell.
Don't expect it to run Ubuntu directly on Windows 10, as this is basically Ubuntu user-space packages running natively on Windows 10 by the company coming up with real-time translation of Linux system calls into Windows system calls.
This is also not available to current LIVE Public Builds, this will be made available in the Anniversary Update' for Windows 10 which is expected to be released to the Public in July 2016, Windows Insiders using build 14316 or above can access and use the Ubuntu BASH (Bourne Again Shell) on your Windows 10 PC by following the instructions in this Video.
To use this option you will need 64bit Windows 10.
Keep in mind that this is just a preview of upcoming Windows feature, so there may be some bugs, and some features may also change before they are launched for all Windows users this summer.
Video de 2016. Duración: 6:51
Link actualizado: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10