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Kanyade / tensorrt.ipynb
Last active September 29, 2021 07:40
darknet_to_onnx_with_tensorrt_on_google_colab.ipynb
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tdcosta100 / WSL2GUIXvnc-en.md
Last active May 21, 2024 20:05
A tutorial to use GUI in WSL2 replacing original XServer by Xvnc, allowing WSL to work like native Linux, including login screen

WSL2 with GUI using Xvnc

In this tutorial, we will setup GUI in WSL2, and access it using VNC. No additional software outside WSL (like VcXsrv) is required, except, of course, a VNC Viewer (RealVNC, TightVNC, TigerVNC, UVNC, etc, all of them might work flawlessly).

The key component we need to install is tigervnc-standalone-server.

For this setup, I will use Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa, unfortunately 22.04 does not work), and install GNOME Desktop. Since the key components aren't bound to Ubuntu or GNOME, you can use your favorite distro and GUI. Check the Sample screenshots section for examples.

So let's go. First, we need a working WSL2 installation.