As much as I’d like to run straight linux and be done with it, the driver station and other utilities don’t have a linux version… which pushes the coding effort onto Windows. I suppose I could have two LTs; a linux box that does the deploy, and the driver station runs windows. Have people tried/done that? Any pros/cons?
But the reason for my message:
I installed Windows Subsystem for Linux (Ubuntu) and notice that when I try to deploy (python3 robot.py deploy), I see the following behavior:
- WSL (bash) - can’t find pyfrc - imports don’t work.
- Powershell - works fine; apropos with the --nc option can’t ^C to end the session. I have to close the powershell window entirely.
- cmd.exe - works fine; did not test the ^C capabilities
Where does pyfrc get installed and any ideas on how to set up PYTHONPATH and/or LD_LIBRARY_PATH so I can just use bash?