I am currently trying to find the best way to use Bash on Windows 10 with Hyper, but at this point my last option was to ask here.
When I install these new "Ubuntu" applications for Windows 10, I want to have all my current Windows 10 features, just like Git for Windows.
For example, when I run
code . to open Visual studio code(Installed on my windows 10), the bash from Git for Windows just open it, without installing it for that bash. Also is the same for Python, it detects my Windows's python.
The problem(MINGW64) is that its hard to do some stuff like changing the shell to Zsh or things like that. So I supose its better to have Ubuntu for Windows.
Now I have this problem, when I do
python --version I get the message to install python... So I want to know how can I configure this Ubuntu to detect my Windows Path applications.
The point of my question is to not install again everything in this "ubuntu".