This is the first release of Bash on Windows and it is branded “beta” deliberately – it’s not yet complete! You should expect many things to work and for some things to fail! We greatly appreciate you using Bash on Windows and helping us identify the issues we need to fix in order to deliver a great experience.
Try this tutorial.
The Fedora don’t have a docker userspace, but Suse come with this feature.
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