The first Linux distribution optimized for Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Based on Debian. Built on work by Microsoft Research. From open-source software startup Whitewater Foundry. Leverage the power of the Linux terminal on Windows 10. Get started in open source programming with git. Manage remote servers with OpenSSH or Azure CLI. Automate tasks with Python, PowerShell, or Bash. Run a local LAMP stack for testing your interactive website. Build with the latest open source libraries and tools, including NodeJS and Ruby Gems. Run many basic graphical Linux apps, like Gnome Builder and HandBrake.* Easily deploy and interact with Docker. 予測非ラテン文字入力を設定します。 *Requires a Windows-based X server, such as X410, VcXsrv, or Xming.
What's new in this version
1.2: WLinux is now Pengwin Pengwin optimizations and pegwin-setup are being delivered via apt using our continuous integration/deployment system pengwin-setup is now modular and extensible wslutilities 2.1 Added OpenStack CLI tools, AWS CLI tools, and TerraForm Option to back up your home folder, useful for when resetting Pengwin Installing Windows 10-matching GUI themes now installs lxappearance to manage them Optimized inputrc configuration for WSL Improvements to zsh, fish, Ruby, and Docker integration Fixes for Explorer integration, Azure CLI, PowerShell, and Code 1.1.28: Preliminary ARM64 support. Rust language environment. Windows 10-style GTK/Qt themes. wlinux-setup debug mode. Several fixes and improvements, including to Explorer integration and Docker bridge. Last Debian build. 1.1.27: Minor fixes. 1.1.26: Apache Cassandra inclusion. Latest Debian build. Several fixes and improvements. 1.1.25: Secure bridge to Docker on Windows. Rebase to Debian testing. Latest Go from Google. Refinements to wlinux-setup GUI. Minor fixes and improvements. 1.1.24: Minor fixes and improvements. Latest Debian build. 1.1.23: Experimental Japanese and Chinese predictive input methods for GUI applications. Minor fixes and improvements, particularly to Go. New Eclipse-based Java environment. Latest Debian build. 1.1.22: Minor fixes and improvements. Latest Debian build.
- Pengwin includes wslu, a set of useful open-source utilities for interacting between WSL and Windows 10.
- A custom pengwin-setup tool, accessible via $ wlinux-setup allows new WLinux users to get started on Linux immediately.
- Support for many Linux graphical applications with no need to configure display or libGL in Pengwin. Requires a Windows-based X client, such as X410.
- Install 28,728 open source packages via the apt package management system from the expansive Debian repositories and any third-party Debian-compatible repositories from outside projects.
- A handful of unnecessary packages, such as systemd, have been removed from the base image to reduce image size and increase stability.
- New features are actively developed based on community input. You can earn paid grants improving WLinux.
- Linux apps execute at native speed. CPU-intensive tasks perform as fast or faster on WSL than Linux on bare metal with little to no overhead.
Published byWhitewater Foundry, Ltd. Co.
CopyrightCopyright Whitewater Foundry, Ltd. Co.
Developed byWhitewater Foundry, Ltd. Co.
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
This product needs to be installed on your internal hard drive.
Language supportedEnglish (United States)
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Pengwin license terms
Pengwin is open source, licensed under the MIT license, and contains other assets licensed under other licenses: https://github.com/WhitewaterFoundry/Pengwin/blob/master/LICENSE.md The complete source code and building instructions for Pengwin can be found at: https://github.com/WhitewaterFoundry/Pengwin/