In the most recent build of the Windows Insider update, the company has added support for running Linux commands during the startup of a Windows Subsystem for Linux distribution. It means the command would run whenever the WSL system starts up. As you probably know, the WSL environment allows users to run Linux command line utilities using an app called Bash.exe. However, even in the current Windows 10 and Windows Server versions, the user must first set up the WSL environment before adding the...

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