What about this one? If it returns "Windows" we can use it :)
find /mnt/c -name Windows 2>/dev/null
root@localhost:/usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.8.0_45/jre# find /mnt/c/ -name Windows 2>/dev/null ...
Again, newbie here, I know, but some stuff I found should be fixed because I did a clean flash and everything works great and all... except:
Can't change to 2G/3G/LTE
Can't connect to any mobile network carriers
I'm gonna wait til...
Well damn. If it is not running a Linux kernel (as Microsoft says it is not), it has uname fooled lol
Can you try this one? It will return a directory listing of / which in Linux is your main partition. I am hoping / is your main windows partit...
Thanks for checking this. Would you mind running 2 more commands?
Checks the kernel release, and I read Bash on Windows does not run a Linux kernel so this one might give us something useful.
Checks the OS. I suspect this one...
Hello SuperR. , regarding Bash on Windows (from insider build 14316)
"uname -s" returns just "Linux".
I don't know how to distinguish between running native or running on windows :<
Checking if /mnt/c exists (which is C:\ mountpoint for bash on...