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December 13, 2017


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Cool! I've blogged about this a bunch as well - the LSfW is pretty amazing. Having access to SSH and other tools without needing to dual-boot is so convenient. I even got Emacs working with complete network transparency to a live Jupyter Notebook on a remote AWS instance!

I've started RStudio (server) and Jupyter Notebook on WSL. Shiny server (at the moment) doesn't like me and doesn't want to start :/
One problem is that you have to start servers (rstudio, ssh) evertytime you run Ubuntu - it closes when you close console window (logout).

Łukasz, it looks like you'll be able to keep background tasks running even after you close windows in an upcoming release.

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