This is a post on how to set our default Linux distribution in Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). If you’re making the most of WSL and have more than one Linux distribution installed, this post might come in handy.
Oh-my-posh is a theme engine for PowerShell that’s separate from your default PowerShell console. It’s powered by posh-git and has status indications for git, failed, and admin commands.
Windows Terminal is a more modern command-line tool that has features including “multiple tabs, panes, Unicode and UTF-8 character support, a GPU accelerated text rendering engine, and the ability to create your own themes and customize text, colors, backgrounds, and shortcuts“.
This post is a guide on installing the Chocolatey package manager on Windows by running a PowerShell command. Chocolatey allows you to manage software packages on your system with simple ‘choco’
Setup SSH Keys in WSL with Bitbucket. # Create New SSH Key# Add SSH Key to Agent# Add SSH Key to Project Create New SSH Key I’m creating a new SSH key within a linked folder, which means my SSH keys are backed up on the local machine in-case anything happens on this WSL instance…