This post is a tutorial on how to set up a working ROS development environment within Windows (complete with GUI support) utilizing the new Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2).
As someone who uses Linux a lot as my development workflow I've gotten used to the great power and flexibility of .bashrc files. If you're not familiar with Linux (really Unix-based systems in general) a .bashrc file allows you to customize certain things about your user shell by adding things like aliases, functions, different visuals, … Continue reading Create .bashrc files for Command Prompt and PowerShell in Windows
While the basic WSL shell is alright, I recently found out about Powerline which basically adds a ton of visual aids and customization to your terminal. Here's how to get it working in WSL!
This is a straight forward way to set up a ROS development environment on Windows including GUI applications.
This is a (relatively) quick walk-through on setting up a functional ROS on Windows environment using WSL. It took me a bit of trial and error to get here so I thought I'd put it all in one place.