[Pharo-dev] Running Pharo under Ubuntu (Windows Subsystem for Linux)
christopher.fuhrman at inria.fr
Thu Feb 28 16:06:49 EST 2019
On Thu, Feb 28, 2019 at 18:20 Esteban Maringolo <emaringolo at gmail.com>
> This is great, do you notice any performance impact?
I didn't do any formal benchmark. The XWindows display is noticeably laggy
when you drag windows in Pharo, but I didn't find it annoying. The baseline
installs I did were not noticeably slower than what I'm used to. I did
some testing and debugging for several hours and I forgot I was running
XSL, except for the keyboard. I haven't figured out why my quotes and
apostrophes and tildes are not right. I think I had that problem in a
lubuntu VM under Windows 10, too.
> I had to install a lubuntu VM as a workaround to the existing Iceberg
> "long file paths" issues.
Maybe the WSL method will be a useful alternative.
> Esteban A. Maringolo
> El jue., 28 feb. 2019 a las 5:53, Christopher Fuhrman
> (<christopher.fuhrman at inria.fr>) escribió:
> > Thanks to Cyril who told me it was possible, I got Pharo 7 Unix running
> under the Ubuntu 18 that's part of Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in
> Windows 10. It's not a VM VirtualBox.
> > I documented the install steps on my new blog that uses Jekyll and
> github pages, which actually took longer to set up than the Pharo under WSL
> > The Mesa install step on the blog might be useful for documenting how to
> get Pharo 7 to work in Ubuntu 18?
> > https://fuhrmanator.github.io/Pharo-in-WSL/
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