Use bash.exe to run bash scripts in Windows

September 1, 2021windowswslbash

If you have the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) installed then you can use wsl.exe to start any linux distribution you have installed from the command prompt. What I recently learned about though is that there is a bash.exe as well which can be used to execute a bash script directly.

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I've always wanted a program that would allow me have a command line that I could slide in and out of view as needed like the console from Quake. I never could find one and so I finally got decided to write a tool myself. A picture is below and the source code is on GitHub.

I'm not putting a download here as I don't consider this finished just yet.