Where? On WSL Linux…
1. Get a Linux server running on your Windows PC.
2. Start using Python in Linux Jupyter Notebooks.
3. Start writing daily journal entries in NeoVim.
Linux is where you Code Runs, be it a Cloud Server, Embedded System, or on your Laptop with a Linux Subsystem. Make your code run there and you can make your code run for life.
How To Install MyKoz.AI
- Copy the text below. Create a file called mykoz.bat on your Desktop, save and double-click it. Be sure to save it as a .bat file, not .txt, which might require into Windows Explorer and turning off the option to hide common file extensions. Also, the double-click to run may require extra security approval steps.
- This downloads the actual installer named Jupyter Ubuntu.bat. Double-click it. It replaces Ubuntu 22.04 with one configured to hosts JupyterLab on Linux from the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). That’s it! You new have JupyterLab running, which you can reach with the new JupyterLab icon on your desktop.
Run From a .BAT File on Desktop
setlocal enableDelayedExpansion set "TIME=%TIME::=%" set "TIME=%TIME:.=%" set /a "T=%TIME%" set "URL=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/miklevin/mykoz/main/install.bat?cache=%T%" set "FILENAME=Jupyter Ubuntu.bat" curl -s -o "%FILENAME%" "%URL%" ^ -H "Cache-Control: no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate" ^ -H "Pragma: no-cache" ^ -H "Expires: 0" ^ --proxy-header "Cache-Control: no-cache" ^ --proxy-header "Cache-Control: no-store"