There are a number of Linux distros for WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) available to download from the Microsoft Store. Big names on offer include Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, SUSE and openSUSE. Now one more has arrived — Oracle Linux. Sneaking into the store with little fanfare on Monday, January 31, the official arrival of Oracle Linux 8.5 will be welcomed by any developers wanting to run Linux software in a Windows environment. SEE ALSO: The apps section of the Microsoft Store is still a dumpster fire The new listing states: Oracle Linux combines the fundamental building blocks of modern IT… [Continue Reading]

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