The new feature can be used to run things such as environment configuration scripts and more. This is an extremely versatile option that will be welcomed by power users, as well as anyone interested in taking their usage of Windows Subsystem for Linux to the next level. Introducing the new functionality in a blog post about the latest build of Windows 10, Microsoft Brandon LeBlanc says: We have added an option that allows you to run any specified Linux command on startup of a WSL distribution....

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