This is a guide on how to reboot a Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) distribution on your local machine. This might be needed if your WSL instance or app within has thrown an error message, or you are changing the .wslconfig file/memory limits as described in MS Docs.
This is a guide on how to check your Linux version in Ubuntu. This is useful for when you are accessing a host for the first time, and/or you wish to check the running Linux distribution &
This is a guide on how to open WSL files in Windows File Explorer, with added descriptions. The best practice for managing project files in WSL is to store your files on the same Operating System as the tools your plan to use.
This post is a guide on how to change your default Linux distribution in Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This is useful when you are managing multiple WSL distros on your machine.
This is a post on how to install Postgres on Ubuntu 20.04, on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This should hopefully be a straightforward installation for you, which is done by following these 2 steps:
This post is a guide to help you check your Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Version. WSL allows users to develop and run applications within a GNU/Linux environment on a Windows computer.
This is a guide on how to install Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) on your local Windows computer. WSL allows Windows users to develop and run applications within a GNU/Linux environment.
To check our commit history on a Repository within Git, we use the git log command. When using this command we scroll through the commit log within our Terminal by hitting Enter, and then we need to hit q to exit reading the log.