Windows 10: Can't Turn on Bash feature in Preview Build
Can't Turn on Bash feature in Preview Build
I just did a clean install of 64-bit Win 10 Preview Build 14951 from an install.esd converted to an iso image. I go to Turn Windows features on or off and check the box marked Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta). When my system reboots, an error message flashes by so fast, I can't read it and Bash isn't installed. I have Developer mode turned on and am an administrator on this computer. FSC /scannow and DISM show no errors at all. I really don't want to have to reinstall Windows.
What else can I do?
I recently updated my Windows 10 in order to check the new bash feature which Microsoft included. When I launched the bash, a download prompt was there, obviously I entered the "y" and waited to complete the download. But the thing is download isn't...
"Something happened and we could not install a feature - tap here to find more info"
So one taps there and you find a whole heap of stuff that "CORTANA" wants because apparently she doesn't understand Australian or UK English which is bloody stupid...
I'm curious, has anybody already plaid with the new Linux subsystem (bash)? I don't know about you but I love it. Finally I can use the powerful commands of Linux to create folders, files etc. For me that alone is worth the update.
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