jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl | Using Jetbrains Toolbox from within WSL

 by   rozidan PowerShell Version: v1.0.0 License: No License

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kandi X-RAY | jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl Summary

jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl is a PowerShell library. jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Using "Jetbrains Toolbox" from within "WSL" under the "Fedora" distribution.
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              jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 0 star(s) with 0 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
              There were 1 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl is v1.0.0

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            Install jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl

            Open a PowerShell terminal and run.
            Clone to some directory (let say 'mydir') on your Windows machine, and cd to this folder. Download the Jbtwsl image from here, or build the image with the given Dockerfile and export it with '.tar' file type (let say mytar.tar), then move it into 'mydir' directory. For example you can do that by clone to linux machine and execute the 'build.sh' script. Execute the jbtwsl.ps1 script. Enter the WSL shell and run 'jentbrains-toolbox'. In addition, you can create a shortcut on your desktop, that will open the 'Jetbrains Toolbox' from the WSL you just installed.
            Clone to some directory (let say 'mydir') on your Windows machine, and cd to this folder > mkdir mydir > git clone https://github.com/rozidan/jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl.git > cd mydir
            Download the Jbtwsl image from here, or build the image with the given Dockerfile and export it with '.tar' file type (let say mytar.tar), then move it into 'mydir' directory. For example you can do that by clone to linux machine and execute the 'build.sh' script
            Execute the jbtwsl.ps1 script > .\jbtwsl.ps1 -Install -InstallTarPath .\jbtwsl.tar
            Enter the WSL shell and run 'jentbrains-toolbox' > wsl -d jbtwsl [wsl@pc1]$ jetbrains-toolbox
            In addition, you can create a shortcut on your desktop, that will open the 'Jetbrains Toolbox' from the WSL you just installed > .\jbtwsl.ps1 -Shortcut -ShortcutName 'WSL Jetbrains Toolbox' -WslCommand 'jetbrains-toolbox' You can create a shortcut to the 'gnome terminal': > .\jbtwsl.ps1 -Shortcut -ShortcutName 'WSL Terminal' -WslCommand 'gnome-terminal' You can create a shortcut to the 'Intellij', after install it with the Jetbrains-Toolbox: > .\jbtwsl.ps1 -Shortcut -ShortcutName 'WSL Intellij' -WslCommand 'idea'

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            gh repo clone rozidan/jetbrains-toolbox-on-wsl

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