View Full Version : command line to start?

27-Nov-2017, 21:09
I've got installed debian and then I installed open suse (I'm on insider 17025)

I can run a command prompt (cmd.exe) , type bash and get the debian wsl.

I can click on the opensuse menu and open the suse wsl

but how do I open suse from a command line? (I'd need this to properly configure a better terminal app than window's prompt)

I've found no way to get the proper command line to start suse's wsl. any hints?

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