How to run Linux on Windows 10 with “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows!” – Windows 10 Anniversary Edition

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How to enable and using Linux (Ubuntu) on Windows 10 with “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows!” In this video I’m using the Insiders Build 14379 which you can get now OR you can wait for Windows 10 Anniversary Edition coming soon!

UPDATE: I failed to mention that you need to enable “Developer Mode” in Windows Settings. Sorry for the omission.

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  1. I enabled the Window Subsystem for Linux in my Windows Features and restarted but when I search and run "bash", I get a console prompt that says:
    Windows Subsystem for Linux has no installed distributions.
    Distributions can be installed by visiting the Windows Store:
    https://aka.ms/wslstore
    Press any key to continue…

  2. Hello how can I do automatic level of multiple selection of files within a folder? that is…
    compare files) between two folders (to the files with the same name to leave them) and the missing files that I automatically selected in the folder so I can copy those files in the folder that does not have those files, in a few words automatically select the missing ones and copy it to the other folder ..
    Is there any way to do that? Is that I am translating the dialogues of a game and in one of the folders have 4850 audio files and in the other 4945.

  3. Is it possible to install oracle client with Bash on Ubuntu on Windows ? I can not make it
    The error is:
    rpm: RPM should not be used directly install RPM packages, use Alien instead!
    rpm: However assuming you know what you are doing…
    (Segmentation fault)

    or (in the following attempts)

    rpm: RPM should not be used directly install RPM packages, use Alien instead!
    rpm: However assuming you know what you are doing…
    …. infinite wait …..

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