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:
To install WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux), we first enable the WSL Windows Feature using PowerShell, then install WSL Linux Distributions via the Microsoft Store.
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 the Enter key, and then we need to hit q on our keyboard to exit reading the git log.
WSL allows users to develop and run applications within a GNU/Linux environment on a Windows computer. Previous to this Windows Feature you might have needed VM’s or a dual boot setup for this type of test/development environment.
This post is a short note on how to install Postgres on Ubuntu 20.04. I’m doing this in WSL, however this shouldn’t make any difference if you’re on the same Ubuntu version.
This post should help guide you through the process of installing and configuring AWS CLI (version 1) on Ubuntu (20.04). The following areas are covered in this demo:–