Setting up Ubuntu on Windows 10

You can run Ubuntu on Windows 10. It’s not running in a virtual machine. It’s magic. I’m going to set up my preferred environment. By the end of this document, I’ll have fish and Neovim running in tmux with 24-bit colors. For ease of googling when you inevitably run into an issue, this feature is officially called the “Windows Subsystem for Linux,” or WSL for short. You may want to peruse the FAQ before getting started to douse your wild ambitions with cold water.
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Setting up the Netis WF-2116 wifi adapter on Fedora 19

Update 2014-1-11 What’s that? You wanted functional drivers? Hahaha! Good one. It’s utterly broken on recent kernels, doesn’t even compile anymore. It sorta works out of the box on Fedora 20, in that it will connect and transfer data for a minute or five before it breaks. The best bet for Ubuntu users might be this fork. It doesn’t work for me, but other people have said nice things about it.
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