This blog post contains a list of links to resources about Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). WSL allows running Linux, specifically Bash interactive shells and shell scripts, under Windows. Whenever possible, I use Bash shells and keyboard shortcuts in favor of the Windows user interface.
Because they are not specific to headless content management or .NET Core, my articles about WSL are on LinkedIn. Because WSL could be relevant to some .NET Core headless implementations, for example around developer operations, monitoring, and troubleshooting, I will try to maintain a list of resources about WSL here.
- Install WSL
- Use Windows Terminal with WSL
- Using the Unix Bash shell
- Write shortcut commands
- Convert between Unix and Windows File Paths https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/converting-windows-linux-file-paths-subsystem-john-west
- Replace the Windows UI with Windows Terminal
- Enhance the cd command to handle Windows file paths
- Shortcuts to Windows features
- Use symbolic links to speed access to common directories
- Script to invoke Windows functions from shells
- Write a shell stream to the Windows clipboard
- Running Linux UI apps on Windows
- Accessing WSL and Windows File Systems
- WSL and Linux Daemons Including Cron
If you have suggestions to add to this list, please comment on this blog post.