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WSL is acronym for Windows Subsystem for Linux.

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Emacs as Editor under Win10 WSL 2

From Windows 10, how can I call an Emacs instance residing on a Windows 10 WSL 2 Linux install, passing it a given file to visit? So far, I've done this: On my WSL 2 Linux, I've created a script ...
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Emacs wsl grep fails on special characters

I'm using GNU Emacs 26.3 on a Windows 10 system (Virtualbox guest on Mac). The following grep command inside emacs fails: grep -i -n -d skip -e temp_ * with this error: grep -i -n -d skip -e temp_ ...
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Experience with WSL as underlying shell (esp. with Texlive) for native win-x64 Emacs

I've been using MinGW compiled native windows 64-bit Emacs for a while, and I paired it with Cygwin to use especially Texlive, as well as other common linux and shell programs and commands. I am ...
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Why does emacs on a remote computing cluster behave differently depending on how the cluster is accessed?

I use SSH to work on a Linux computer cluster, emacs is my preferred text editor there. My local computer is a Windows 10 machine. If I use PuTTY to access the cluster remotely, when I run emacs, it ...
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Bring Emacs frame to front when running emacsclient on WSL

Currently using Emacs on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). I have this alias for emacsclient executable: alias e='emacsclient -n' Which I run very often when I am on the terminal (I use ConEmu or ...
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Emacs on MS Windows, typescript lsp server on wsl?

Long-time emacs user (38 years or so, not kidding). I'm on Windows 10, running native emacs 26.1. I'm doing some Javascript/Typescript (vue.js) development, using WSL for that world, still with the ...
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Shell-mode execute script every time a shell is invoked

I have changed the emacs-shell mode shell to WSL ubuntu but however, the prompt is not very user-readable. For this reason I would like to execute a script that changes it so that its more readable ...
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Is there a way Emacs can infer is running on WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)?

I would like to identify when Emacs is running on WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux). Normally I use system-type variable to check if Emacs is on Linux, Windows or MacOS X. Though in this case it ...
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error: Invalid byte opcode: op=183, ptr=2

I byte-compile my ~/.emacs.d/init.el. It was done by Emacs 26.1 from Cygwin and I got error when load emacs-nox 25.2 from Debian WSL: error: Invalid byte opcode: op=183, ptr=2 Were new opcodes ...
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What flows are usable with WSL and Emacs (Windows Subsystem For Linux)?

I have negative experience with Cygwin but it's only the one option I have on Windows. In recent days Cygwin provides W32 build which has native UI (copy/paste, widgets) with tight integration to ...