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GeneralBash/Ubuntu on Windows 10 - Now What Pin
TNCaver28-Feb-17 10:49
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This is an intriguing concept. But, other than practicing your bash shell commands without a VM or dual boot, what are some practical uses for it? Can you set up a Linux development environment, run a LAMP or LARP* stack on it?

I'm curious to know what uses CP'ers have found.

*Linux Apache Ruby PostgreSQL.
If you think 'goto' is evil, try writing an Assembly program without JMP.

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