Windows 10: Installing and Running BASH on Windows 10 (Build 14316)

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  1.    08 Apr 2016 #11

    badrobot said: View Post
    Thanks. I added one step which is enabling "Developer Mode" first.
    I'll check that out later today.

    Again.. thanks for the great thread!

    Jeff
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       08 Apr 2016 #12

    caperjack said: View Post
    Rebooting my win10 now to install latest updates to 14316
    edit -
    just checked it ,it must be a big update ,its installing part 1 of 3 ,first time I ever seen it do that I think
    Remember in the past we saw a big semi circle and a % in the center, under that they were 3 "categories " ? (see screenshot below).

    I think the "part 1 of 3 parts" are exactly that.
    A new way to show the % of installation progress, I suppose.

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       08 Apr 2016 #13

    davidhk said: View Post
    Remember in the past we saw a big semi circle and a % in the center, under that they were 3 "categories " ? (see screenshot below).

    I think the "part 1 of 3 parts" are exactly that.
    A new way to show the % of installation progress, I suppose.
    you are likely right about that ,makes sense
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  4.    08 Apr 2016 #14

    I have been using Ubuntu BASH on Windows 10 for a couple of days now, and here are a couple of real quick observations. Contrary to what the OP said, there is no need for SUDO on BASH in Windows 10, when you open BASH you are already root. This is wrong and goes against everything that Ubuntu and Linux in general stands for.

    Also, I have used this app to try a lot of different things and some commands just don't work. Like

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    it does not do anything in BASH on Windows 10 but it is a handy command in an actual Ubuntu installation.

    I think that this app is a joke and I can't see any practical use for it, but I am still playing with it to come to grips with its function.
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       08 Apr 2016 #15

    Rocky said: View Post
    I have been using Ubuntu BASH on Windows 10 for a couple of days now, and here are a couple of real quick observations. Contrary to what the OP said, there is no need for SUDO on BASH in Windows 10, when you open BASH you are already root. This is wrong and goes against everything that Ubuntu and Linux in general stands for.

    Also, I have used this app to try a lot of different things and some commands just don't work. Like

    top

    it does not do anything in BASH on Windows 10 but it is a handy command in an actual Ubuntu installation.

    I think that this app is a joke and I can't see any practical use for it, but I am still playing with it to come to grips with its function.
    @Rocky , all the "sudos" I did above are not for Windows 10. I was controlling my Raspberry Pi running Rasbian OS remotely on Windows 10. I said "sudo away" to connote start using bash. It's an expression for Linux geeks.
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  6.    08 Apr 2016 #16

    Cool, sounds good to me.
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       08 Apr 2016 #17

    I got it to connect to the Pi today ,all is a go now ! upward and onward .lol
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       08 Apr 2016 #18

    caperjack said: View Post
    I got it to connect to the Pi today ,all is a go now ! upward and onward .lol
    Time to sudo-away!

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       08 Apr 2016 #19

    if I switch my Pi, and try to connect to another one, I get this message , I rebooted windows ,no difference ,I know the host is different I changed it ,,,any ideas ..
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       08 Apr 2016 #20

    @caperjack , I can't replicate your issue. I've tried connecting my 2 Pi's and I was able to connect both of them at the same time. And both are in use (playing music)...

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