Windows 10 acquires a Linux kernel built by Microsoft

Yes Linux kernel from Microsoft! Microsoft over the years has developed some custom Linux projects. There was one σύστημα που βασιζόταν σε Linux για datacenter switches but also a Linux-based microcontroller operating system built to securely integrate the Azure Sphere service.

Today we will be talking about another Linux project that was developed by Microsoft and will be released shortly.

Κατά την διάσκεψη των προγραμματιστών Build, η Microsoft αποκάλυψε ότι έχει δημιουργήσει ένα δικό της custom-built Linux kernel, τον οποίο θα συμπεριλάβει στα Windows 10, ξεκινώντας με τα των Insiders που θα κυκλοφορήσουν αυτό το καλοκαίρι. Αυτός ο πυρήνας θα παρέχει τις βάσεις για τη λειτουργικότητα του Microsoft Subsystem for Windows (WSL) 2.0 της s.

This will be the first time Linux will be included as a component in Windows, according to Microsoft executives in a blog post published by the company took place on 6 May.

Microsoft's Linux kernel will be based on the 4.19 του Linux, ο οποίος είναι ο ίδιος πυρήνας που today from the Azure service. The core will be completely open, as reported by company officials. Microsoft even plans to make all the changes it makes to its core available to everyone.

WSL2 will not provide binary binaries like the current version of WSL, and users will be able to choose which Linux distribution is available on (or sideloaded via a custom distribution package) want to use.

With WSL1, Microsoft used the emulation architecture it developed for Bash in Ubuntu on Windows. But according to Microsoft, by using an embedded Linux kernel, users will see better Linux boot times and streamlined usage of s.

WSL 2 will greatly improve the performance of the I / O filesystem, Linux compatibility, and can run Docker containers inherently so that no VM for containers is needed in Windows.

Microsoft also announced the new application Windows Terminal with tabs, windows and shortcuts, emojis and support for themes and extensions. A preview of the new Windows Terminal is available from today.

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  1. Still believing that Linux's fragmentation was not accidental, this move by Ms will be the catalyst for the divisive nonsense of the Linux community fragmented into hundreds of flavors.

    In less than 3 years, all others will have gone to cumulative rates that will be below 1%

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