Enabling the Windows Subsystem for Linux to include support for Wayland and X server related scenarios. More on this existing New Feature can be found here: https://github.com/microsoft/wslg Enjoy!

Visual Studio 2022 is coming!

Posted by Johannes Rest on  20. April 2021
Category: Allgemein
And it’s full of new features! And in 64 bit… See the full announcement here: Visual Studio 2022 | Visual Studio Blog (microsoft.com)
Don’t you find yourself typing the usual bash commandos into PowerShell from time to time? The natural second thought is often: “ah, I have to install cygwin or something”… but since I’m constantly switching back and forth between the Linux and Windows world, I of course also have WSL 2 on my Windows workstation … and there is a wonderful PowerShell module: https://github.com/mikebattista/PowerShell-WSL-Interop This allows the execution of Linux commands also in my PowerShell 7
It’s always interesting to look out for post from Scott Hanselman… This one is no exception: Take your Windows Terminal and PowerShell to the next level with Terminal Icons – Scott Hanselman’s Blog I’m a big fan of the Windows Terminal application and I can recommend it for everyone!
For those who frequently need a virtualized development environment, I recommend the following Microsoft site: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/virtual-machines/ A complete virtual machine for the most common environments (VMWare, Hyper-V, VirtualBox and Parallels) is offered there. Very practical, especially if you don’t want to keep your own machines up to date all the time.

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