As of release 1607* Windows 10 includes the ability for desktop users to install and run a copy of Ubuntu terminal from within Windows! Officially called the Windows subsystem for Linux it usually goes by a slightly more memorable name of Bash on Ubuntu on Windows. (* July 2016 – Anniversary Update) Benefits and Caveats… Continue reading Run Ubuntu Linux and Bash on Windows 10
In this entry I will guide you to update the standard terminal editor used by Ubuntu from its classic 2009 revision to its latest release.
I love the Linux shell. While cryptic and horribly daunting for a first time user the text only command line offers an amazing amount of flexibility and power without the need to actually develop or code. Yet unlike a graphical user interface of which I don’t tend to like in Linux. The text shell is… Continue reading Ubuntu Linux Shell Tips Part I