I am on Windows 10. I want to run ubuntu when I call bash. When I call bash it is running DESKTOP-A4TU3:/mnt/host/c/Users/name# instead which does not have the bash command I want. I believe this come from docker. Is there a way for me to call bash whereby it goes to ubuntu bash for example ..
I’m running Windows 10 with WSL 2 installed. When I run wsl -l -v I see that both docker-desktop-data and docker-desktop‘s STATE is Running. How do I stop these from running? Here is an image of what’s returned in my terminal when I run wsl -l -v: Docker Desktop is not currently running in my ..
I’m in the windows insider program to utilize the gpu-compute features that were implemented last summer. Things have worked great. However, after updating to the most recent build, nvidia-smi no longer works. I get an error saying “your operating system doesn’t allow it” https://blogs.windows.com/windows-insider/2021/04/07/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-21354/ This is the release doc. I’m unsure whether my error is ..
With docker for windows loading my apps very slow, usually 6-10 seconds of GET/POST request from API to MySQL database (all in a docker container connected to a single network), I was able to improve its loading speed to less than a second. Here’s how I did it. Download and install docker for windows Download ..
I am trying to use IntelliJ with WSL2 but I’m experiencing problems. I created a dummy project with a simple main class printing hello world. I placed the project in my WSL file system. When I try to run/build with IntelliJ, I get this message: Maven resources compiler: Maven project configuration required for module ‘testproject’ ..
Forgive me if this has been asked, I’ve been googling around and searching for a few hours now. Long story short I quite love WSL2 and Ubuntu for development. The issue I am encountering is that I sometimes need to use Windows versions of applications (like Ganache for Blockchain Development, npm/node, Android Emulator ADK) however ..
I want to increase allocated RAM for WSL. I have created in my root /users/ .wslconfig. How does it looks: [wsl2] memory=6GB swap=0 localhostForwarding=true I did wsl –shutdown and then started WSL to apply changes. But I don’t know how to check if allocated RAM is changed. How do I check it? Source: Windows..
I have wsl2 installed on my windows 10 machine on the latest stable build (19042.868). It’s Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with xfce4 minimal desktop installed and using VcXsrv as X server. There’s a very large memory gap (800 vs 270), and this is at idle with fresh boot of both Windows and Linux, is this normal ..
For the last two months I’ve (tried to) embraced WSL2 as my main development environment. It works fine with most small projects, but when it comes to complex ones, things start to slow down, making working on WSL2 impossible. With complex one I mean a monorepo with React, node, different libraries, etc. This same monorepo, ..
I believe this not the case i.e. being root in WSL 2 gives no admin privileges on the Windows system though I would love to have confirmation. Source: Windows..