See also Ubuntu.

Work demands that I run a Windows 10 laptop but I no longer need to run a Linux VM on the side.

  • Windows key > "features"
  • Enable "Windows Subsystem for Linux"
  • Probably restart
  • Windows key > store
  • Install Ubuntu 20
  • And you're away!

Accessing the WSL filesystem

Access WSL from Windows:


Access the host from WSL


Your argument is invalid

A very strange problem encountered in Kali on WSL: if sleep doesn't work you might get really bizarre libc6 errors whilst installing packages.

$ sleep 1
sleep: cannot read realtime clock: Invalid argument

Simply remove the sleep from the end of this file: /var/lib/dpkg/info/libc6:amd64.postinst

if [ "$TELINIT" = "yes" ]; then
telinit u 2>/dev/null || true ; #sleep 1


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