Windows 10 Anniversary Update contains a Linux subsystem. I am in need of working in a Linux environment so I began looking into this subsystem. So far, I have been able to install all the needed applications. I successfully installed gnuplot and it runs just fine. However, I cannot set
x11, and therefore I cannot plot anything to display. Following is the error:
Terminal type set to 'qt' gnuplot> set term x11 Terminal type set to 'x11' Options are ' nopersist enhanced' gnuplot> gnuplot: unable to open display '' gnuplot: X11 aborted.
I tried installing Xming onto the same directory as the Bash program lies in Windows, but no luck. I really need gnuplot, and even though I can install it on Windows, it would be much more convenient to have it on the Linux subsystem.
How can I fix this display/x11(forwarding) issue?