Learning Windows Subsystem for Linux

Learning Windows Subsystem for Linux
Learning Windows Subsystem for Linux
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Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is an optional feature of Windows 10 that provides a Linux environment for developers inside of Windows. Rather than managing your own virtual machine or relying on a remote Linux machine for development, WSL provides a Linux kernel and enables users to install various distros within their Windows environment. In this course, get up to speed with the basics of WSL and explore common tasks and procedures for developing with Linux. Instructor Scott Simpson steps through how to work in the Linux environment, explaining how to use the shell, manage services within WSL, and define automated tasks that run at predefined times. Scott also covers ways to integrate WSL into your workflow, including how to install the Remote-WSL extension to use Visual Studio Code in WSL.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Windows Subsystem for Linux

Working with WSL
2 How WSL works
3 Installing WSL and a Linux distro
4 Using Windows Terminal
5 Using the wsl.exe tool
6 Accessing files

Working in the Linux Environment
7 Using the shell
8 Managing software
9 Controlling services and processes
10 Defining automated tasks

WSL in Your Workflow
11 Using network services
12 Developing with Visual Studio Code and Remote-WSL
13 Developing with other tools through SSH or SFTP
14 Using graphical tools

Conclusion
15 Tips and troubleshooting
16 Next steps