Our team released native support for C++ with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in Visual Studio in 2019. “Native support” means that all commands are executed locally instead of over a SSH connection. Since then, WSL2 has been announced and we’ve received questions about our support for WSL2 in Visual Studio.
Today we are excited to announce the general preview of Docker Desktop support for GPU with Docker in WSL2. There are over one and a half million users of Docker Desktop for Windows today and we saw in our roadmap how excited you all were for us to provide this support.
We had some technical difficulties this week with, well everything. So apologies for the quality of this production. But Christina is still back with the latest developer news, including.
前提・実現したいこと「現場で使えるRuby on Rails5 速習実践ガイド」で学習しており、5章でRSpecのsystem spec実行でエラーが発生しました。 エラーが発生したコマンド「bundle exec rspec
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Docker Desktop WSL 2 backend has now been available for a few months for Windows 10 insider users and Microsoft just released WSL 2 on the Release Preview channel (which means GA is very close). We and our early users have accumulated some experience working with it and are excited to share a few best practices to implement in your Linux container projects!
Recently we have released a new Edge version 184.108.40.206 of Docker Desktop for Windows. This can be considered as a release candidate for the next Stable version that will officially support WSL 2. With Windows 10 version 2004 in sight we are giving the next version of Docker Desktop the final touches to give you the best experience running Linux containers on Windows 10.