Save Password in Git in Linux

In Windows, the OS seems to do a pretty good job storing your credentials for Git repos like Github or Bitbucket. In Linux, I had to type the password with every push. But there’s a simple way to store the password with your local filesystem, so you don’t have to type it every time. Note […]

Mount drive in Windows Subsystem for Linux

To mount a drive with a letter, including a network drive: sudo mkdir /mnt/g sudo mount -t drvfs G: /mnt/g To mount a network share: sudo mkdir /mnt/folder sudo mount -t ‘\\server\folder’ /mnt/folder With specific credentials: net.exe use f: \\server\folder /user:Bob LetMeIn Unmounting: sudo umount /mnt/folder Source: Chris Hoffman on HowToGeek