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Soon you’ll be able to use SUSE or Fedora on Windows 10, in addition to Ubuntu

One of the most surprising things about Windows 10 is that there’s an option to load a Linux subsystem that lets you run Ubuntu software using a Bash terminal. The feature is aimed at developers who might want to use Windows, but also need to run command line Linux tools and don’t want to keep […]

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Ubuntu isn’t the only version of Linux that can run on Windows 10

Windows 10 includes support for an Ubuntu Linux subsystem, allowing you to run some Linux-based software natively in Windows without using a virtual machine or a dual-boot setup. But what if you’d prefer to use a Linux distribution other than Ubuntu? SUSE product manager Hannes Kühnemund has posted instructions for replacing the Ubuntu filesystem with either […]