I already had the Anniversary Update on my Windows 10 installed, and I needed to SSH into one of my Raspberry Pis. I normally do this from my Mac, but since I was in Windows 10 working on something, I thought, "this would be a great opportunity to install the new Ubuntu Bash support, and then I can SSH from there, right?" (I could just install Putty, but then I wouldn’t have a reason to check out the Ubuntu Bash support, right?)
Enabling Ubuntu Bash Shell on Windows 10 with the Anniversary Update
Much ado has been made about Windows 10 making available an Ubuntu Bash shell in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. But how do you actually go about enabling it?
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