- I use Debian (Debian in the Microsoft store)
- aka wsl
Sometimes known as Bash on Ubuntu on Windows or Bash on Windows
- Not related to Git on Windows.
See also My Windows Subsystem for Linux scripts.
Can install other software provided by Cygwin.
My configuration specific to Babun is currently scattered throughout my git repository, just
findinall Babun (using my
TODO - tested and working, though my most recent Lubuntu experimentation has problems I'm still troubleshooting.
At best, my computer hangs when prompting for a password. I think this is related to the 4.4.14 kernel but have not confirmed this.
These instructions are a lot easier than they seem, and a smart and patient beginner will be able to follow them!
- These notes were made from instructions from Slackware "current", as of 2016-11-05, and have been tested on Slackware 14.2, and 14.2 32bit.
These notes were made on an everyday system with one hard drive which I completely formatted for this purpose.
- If you are a new user, it is strongly recommended that you remove all hard drive's your using and do this on a spare unused/empty drive.
Todo - Tested, but I don't have notes up here yet.
This concept and these notes are entirely obsoleted by dm-crypt, if you want a complete encryption solution.
It's remarkably simple.
A tool for booting multiple distributions from a USB stick. Duh.
Very easy to use. Works under Windows. Does not work under Linux.
TODO - add my notes, and scripts
I loved it, and used it regularly for sane scripting when trapped on Windows, via bash, as well as for git itself.
Not related to Windows Subsystem for Linux.
- Linux distributions
- Linux tools
Strongly tied with GNU software.
- Strong enough for there to be a GNU/Linux argument. An argument strong enough for me to want to side with just "Linux" by removing GNU software which has, for years, been abysmally-documented at best. It's better now, but the hate is still there.
- See /tag/gnu-software for a partial list.
Skippy-XD is a lightweight Exposé-like application switcher.
I don't know where I heard of this music player, but I had recently bookmarked it. I took a moment to check it out.
It failed my review.
halt for how I was using it.
I finally took some time to look into why
halt wasn't powering off my computer. This was a very long-standing bug, and it was odd that something so obvious would go unfixed.
Provided by the package "pm-utils"