Fix Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) File Permissions

Windows 10 is my daily driver at home so I need a way to use some Linux command-line utilities (e.g. git) without having to boot-up a virtual machine. I used Cygwin in the past but I really like the familiarity of the Ubuntu toolchain. Fortunately Microsoft introduced Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) a while ago so I can now have my cake and eat it too. I have not done a ton of research but it appears that the emulated Linux filesystem is sandboxed and is stored on actual disk in some place that is not human friendly. [Read More]
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