Replace Ubuntu with openSUSE in Bash on Windows 10 and enjoy Linux
Microsoft brought the fun and power of linux to Windows 10 with Windows scheme for linux (WSL). This allowed the Windows 10 users to run Bash on Ubuntu on Windows ten and luxuriate in Ubuntu Apps while not having to put in the Ubuntu distro on an individual basis.
Now your linux experience on Windows 10 is sure to get a further refill with OpenSuse linux distro. OpenSUSE has given the users an choice to run openSUSE within your Windows 10 installation. This way, you’ll be able to run most openSUSE Apps at intervals Windows 10 while not having to put in the operating system severally like Ubuntu with Bash.
In a blog post, Sr. Product Manager – SUSE linux Enterprise at SUSE, Hannes Kühnemund has revealed an in depth tutorial on a way to install a SUSE linux distribution on Windows 10 PC/laptops. Currently, the users have 2 choices — openSUSE Leap 42.2 and SUSE linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2.
If you’re a linux lover, you’ll be able to currently fancy OpenSuse in conjunction with Ubuntu thanks to Windows subsystem for linux (WSL).