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windows_subsystem_for_linux_setup [2019/08/02 12:15]
tkbletsc
windows_subsystem_for_linux_setup [2019/08/20 09:48]
tkbletsc [Run explorer from this directory in bash]
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   * Make a shortcut of the "app", then put the shortcut into the classic start menu programs list.   * Make a shortcut of the "app", then put the shortcut into the classic start menu programs list.
  
-===== Basic packages ===== +===== Update plus basic packages ===== 
-The default package set is actually not bad. But here'what's missing:+The default package set is actually not bad. But this will update and install what's missing: 
 +  sudo apt update 
 +  sudo apt dist-upgrade
   sudo apt install lynx links binutils zip unzip gdb   sudo apt install lynx links binutils zip unzip gdb
  
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 ===== Run explorer from this directory in bash ===== ===== Run explorer from this directory in bash =====
-I'm used to saying ''explorer .'' to open an explorer in this directory. For some reason, this doesn't work in WSL, even if I spell out the full path to explorer. However, [[https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44245721/launching-explorer-from-wsl|per this recipe]], you can add the following to ~/.bashrc to restore this functionality: +I'm used to saying ''start .'' to open an explorer in this directory. Using [[https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44245721/launching-explorer-from-wsl|this recipe]], you can add the following to ~/.bashrc to restore this functionality: 
-  alias explorer="cmd.exe /c start"+  alias start="cmd.exe /c start"
  
  
windows_subsystem_for_linux_setup.txt · Last modified: 2020/08/08 13:52 by tkbletsc