About the Book
Keywords, definitions, and problems WSL solve and how it works under the hoods. From download to setup to interoperability this book even covers details like the architecture of Windows subsystem for Linux and new features in WSL 2 with some wonderful use cases.
- Keywords and definitions
- What is WSL?
- Why WSL and Problem it solves?
- The architecture of WSL v1
- Downsides of WSL v1.
- What is WSL 2?
- Architecture of WSL2
- File System
- WSL 1 vs WSL 2 vs Linux VM
- Future Road map
- Downloading, Installation and Setup
- Ways to run WSL
- Managing Distributions
- Windows-Linux Interoperability
- File access, Edit, move, copy
- Code editors
- Source control in WSL
- Package Managers
- Run a Linux Desktop Using the Windows Subsystem for Linux
- Containers in Windows SubSystem for Linux
About the Author
Prateek Singh is an Infrastructure Developer, an avid PowerShell blogger, and a community contributor. In 2017 and 2018, FeedSpot and SQLHack recognized his blog RidiCurious.com as among the “Top 50 PowerShell blogs in the world.” Find his open-sourced at GitHub, and reach out to him on Twitter at @singhprateik.
Prateek has written more than 250 articles on his blog and several other websites such as 4SysOps.com, IPSwitch.com, and TechTarget.com and also runs a YouTube channel. He is a published author of 3 books and contributing author of 2 Book and currently writing the 6th one, following is the complete list: