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How to Share Files Between Linux and Windows

Many people today work on mixed networks, with both Linux and Windows systems playing important roles. Sharing files between the two can be critical at times and is surprisingly easy with the right tools. With fairly little effort, you can copy files from Windows to Linux or Linux to Windows. In...
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Bring Your Own Linux to Windows with New Open Source Tool

After starting with Ubuntu, Microsoft has added a number of Linux distributions to its Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Linux runtime environment. A Windows machine can simultaneously offer an Ubuntu, SUSE, Debian, and Kali "personality," providing users with a choice of the different...
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In this last article of our WSL series, we cover some widely used Linux commands to help you get started.

Most Useful Linux Commands You Can Run in Windows 10

In the previous articles of this series, we talked about getting started with WSL on Windows 10. In the last article of the series, we will talk about some of the widely used Linux commands on Windows 10. Before we dive further into the topic, let’s make it clear who this is for. This article is...
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Hands-on Test of Windows Subsystem for Linux

If you don't want to do without the main advantages of Linux on the Windows platform, the Windows Subsystem for Linux offers another option. We delve the depths of the Linux underworld and explain how you can optimize the subsystem. The new Linux subsystem [1] has been around since the Windows 10...
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Learn how to easily switch between Linux distros on Windows.

How to Use Different Linux Bash Shells in Windows 10

It’s no secret that Linux dominates the cloud, whether it’s a private cloud running on OpenStack or if it’s AWS or Microsoft Azure cloud.  Microsoft itself admits that one out of three machines run Linux in Azure cloud.  However,  as more customers were running Linux, they needed the ability to...
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Discover the Power of Bash on Windows

As the IT world is turning toward Linux for many projects, Microsoft has come up with a new offering to tap into this growing market. Bash on Windows is the answer. Here we guide you through installing Bash on Windows and give you a taste of what you can do—and why you would do it—in the Linux...
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Kubernetes 1.5 Brings Container Management to Windows

New release of open-source Kubernetes container orchestration system adds initial support for Microsoft Windows Server and previews beta stateful application capabilities.The open-source Kubernetes container management system is moving forward with the release of Kubernetes 1.5 on December 15,...
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The Linux Foundation's 2016 Guide to the Open Cloud lists top open source cloud projects and trends.

This Week in Open Source News: Open Cloud Report, No Dirty Cow Patch for Android, & More

This week in Linux and OSS news, The Linux Foundation's annual Guide to the Open Cloud lists top open source cloud projects​ and trends, no Dirty Cow bug patch for Android this month, and more! Stay informed and engaged in open source news with this weekly digest! 1) The Linux Foundation releases...
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7 Mistakes New Linux Users Make

Changing operating systems is a big step for anybody -- all the more so because many users are uncertain about exactly what an operating system is. However, switching from Windows to Linux is especially hard. The two operating systems have different assumptions and priorities, as well as different...
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Build And Run Your First Docker Windows Server Container

Microsoft announced the general availability of Windows Server 2016, and with it, Docker engine running containers natively on Windows. This blog post describes how to get setup to run Docker Windows Containers on Windows 10 or using a Windows Server 2016 VM. Check out the companionblog posts on...
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