Recently, customers in an enterprise environment have asked if there is a way to install WSL without an internet connection. These companies had some machines that would benefit from having WSL, but don’t have an internet connection for security, logistics, or other reasons.
Canonical recently released Ubuntu 18.04 in the Microsoft Store. We received many questions around the various Ubuntu releases in the Store in addition to how best to upgrade your existing releases. With the help of our friends at Canonical, we have created a guide to upgrading your Ubuntu release.
Last week, the WSL team attended Microsoft //Build 2018. We had a great time meeting many of you and answering questions at the command line booth. In case you missed it, you can watch out session, Set up a Windows Dev Environment that Feels Like $HOME,
We’re excited to announce that you can now download & install openSUSE Leap 42 and SLES 12 via the Windows Store RIGHT NOW!
**Important Note:**** You will need to be running **any Windows 10 Insider build = #16215 and have the WSL optional component enabled.
Today, we’re excited to announce that Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux Distro is now available in the Windows Store and can be downloaded and installed on any Windows 10 Insider build = #16215!
Note: Because Windows 10 Insider builds are essentially weekly snapshots of the next version of Windows 10 as it’s being built,
We’re REALLY excited about this announcement and think many of you will be too 😉
I have to provide this guidance at least 2-3 times a day so instead I am publishing it here so everyone can find / link-to this guidance.
There is one hard-and-fast rule when it comes to WSL on Windows: