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Thanks for the tip - I'll try out running my unix apps like this. Very nice.
When I use WSL, I prefer github.com/mintty/wsltty as my terminal because it looks closest to my Ubuntu terminal settings with Powerline fonts. I did try ConEmu but I saw some performance issues when I was using the hotkey to make it hide/show.
Hey whatever works for you in the end.
This is weird -- running code . doesn't work but subl . does. Do you have any idea why?
Hmm. Running code . should work if you're using ConEmu. What terminal are you using? Also what build of Windows 10 are you using?
i'm using wsltty 22.214.171.124 and Windows 10 Pro Build 17134. I'll try ConEmu
Thanks for the quick response
Same result with ConEmu
I found the problem - dbus service wasn't started github.com/Microsoft/WSL/issues/376 and pulseaudio mutex lock github.com/Microsoft/WSL/issues/2953. I ran sudo /etc/init.d/dbus start and sudo apt purge libpulse0 to fix it.
sudo /etc/init.d/dbus start
sudo apt purge libpulse0
Unfortunately the VS Code install instructions aren't correct, I have Win10 build 1803 and I follow the instructions above (although I use Xming) and get nothing - not much in the way of additional support/info online - I tried the fixes below and still nothing. Boo.
I ran that exact set up here using mobaxterm and it worked with build 1803. I don't know about xming.
Oh man, I will play around with it this weekend.
+1 👍 for ConEmu, as I use it regularly.
I personally think that an article such as this should get massive votes
It's such a good feeling to finally be in a spot where you don't constantly hate your development environment.
Couldn't agree more.
Some front-end codes had Linux/MacOS specific commands in package.json file (under "scripts") making it unable to run/build.
MobaXterm is a great find, thank you. I can ditch PuttY now. Probably gonna register it too.
I just migrated my Ubuntu VM to WSL.
Saving this to read later. I've been runny WSL for a what now but I haven't yet made the full switch. I think I am about too though.
I've been running this set up for many months now and it's rock solid.
Developing all sorts of apps with Flask, Rails, Phoenix, Node, Webpack, Jekyll, Docker, etc.. Couldn't be happier.
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