WSL

Android Python

How to Convert Python to Android Apps with Windows

In this tutorial, Mariya will show you how to convert your Python projects into Android applications using Windows (of all things!). We will Create a Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), Learn about Android’s Debug Bridge (adb) and use Buildozer to compile our .py files into .apk. Time Stamps: 00:00 – intro 00:30 – Install Windows […]

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Linux Windows

Linux apps on Windows with WSL

Did you know that you can now run Linux apps that use a graphic user interface (or GUI) on Windows using WSL. In this video, Craig Loewen will explain what this means, what you can do with it, show us some demos, and tell us about a few additional new features for the Windows Subsystem […]

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Linux Windows

WSL2, Visual Studio Code, Windows 10, Ubuntu/Linux

In this video Scott Hanselman blurs the lines between operating systems and showing you the future of software development using Visual Studio Code, WSL2, Ubuntu, the Windows Terminal, Oh My Posh, and the Remote Extensions for VS that enable a Windows Developer to be a Linux Developer.

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Developer Linux

Remote Development with VS Code

Visual Studio Code Remote Development allows you to use a container, remote machine, or the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) as a full-featured development environment. Develop on the same operating system you deploy to or use larger or more specialized hardware. Sandbox your development environment to avoid impacting your local machine configuration. Make it easy […]

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Linux Windows

Windows Terminal, WSL & PowerShell

PhillyDotNet recently streamed this session on Windows Terminal, WSL & PowerShell.

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GPU accelerated ML training now available for 3.5 million Windows Subsystem for Linux users
Linux Windows

GPU accelerated ML training now available for 3.5 million Windows Subsystem for Linux users

Microsoft has announced the availability of GPU Compute on the WSL 2. WSL allows users to run native Linux command-line tools directly on Windows 10. Short for Windows Subsystem for Linux, WSL runs on over 3.5 million monthly active devices. According to Microsoft, GPU Compute on WSL has always been the most-requested feature. The preview […]

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Linux Windows

Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 is Here

Gary Explains the release of WSL2. WSL2 will officially be part of Windows 10, version 2004, which will be rolled out very soon. The design of WSL 2 is quite different to WSL 1. It includes a real Linux kernel, not just a compatibility layer, which means you can run Docker. Here is a quick […]

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Developer Microsoft

Developing on Windows with WSL2

Scott Hanselman shows you how to develop on Windows with WSL2 (Windows Subsystem for Linux), VS Code, Docker, and the Windows TerminalDeveloping on Windows with WSL2 (Windows Subsystem for Linux), VS Code, Docker, and the Windows Terminal.

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Microsoft Windows

How WSL Accesses Linux Files from Windows

Sven Groot explains how the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) can access and modify Linux files from Windows applications, going into deep dive level details on the underlying architecture and how it uses Plan 9’s 9P protocol to act as a file server between Linux and Windows. Sven Groot is a developer on the Windows […]

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Microsoft Windows

Deep Dive into the New Windows Subsystem for Linux Architecture

Here’s a session from the Build 2019 conference that takes a deep dive into the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) architecture.

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