Here’s the easy, distilled way to install Microsoft’s new Linux subsystem for Windows 10.
This method utilizes Canonical’s “Ubuntu on Windows” image which provides a fully working Bash shell and package manager. The installer is bundled with Windows 10.
1) Enable “Developer Mode” under Settings > Update & Security > For Developers.
2) Enable “Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta)” under Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows Features On or Off.
3) Open a Command Prompt and run “lxrun /install /y”.
4) That’s it. Now just run Bash from the Start Menu. You’ll drop into a root shell with a working apt package manager and what looks like an Ubuntu 14.04 image.
2017/05/02 @ 23:20