1. Hi Abel,
    first thanks a lot for this serie, it’s always really helpful to have a full overview in one article.

    As state in Twitter, actually if you just install k8s with Docker Edge, then in WSL you can simply link the .kube:
    ln -s /mnt/c/Users/<Windows user/.kube ~/.kube

    the default config is:
    apiVersion: v1
    – cluster:
    insecure-skip-tls-verify: true
    server: https://localhost:6445
    name: docker-for-desktop-cluster
    – context:
    cluster: docker-for-desktop-cluster
    user: docker-for-desktop
    name: docker-for-desktop
    current-context: docker-for-desktop
    kind: Config
    preferences: {}
    – name: docker-for-desktop

    Another addition, I wrote once a blog post for “securing” the Docker client from WSL to use TLS.
    But here is a better and more concise take on it too:

    But this is just “tweaks”, you really did the hard lifting here and I do thank you very much for it 🙂

    Looking forward for the next ones 🙂

    WSL Corsair (@nunixtech)

    • abel

      This is awesome! Love it!!! Keep the tips coming. I am so new to Linux and containers. Weird to be a fish out of water again after all these years slinging code 🙂

      • haha … that’s a real strength to admit we do not know right (at least that’s why I tell myself as there’s so much I don’t know 🙂

        Concerning step 6 here is “the Interop way”:
        ln -s “wslpath -u $(cmd.exe /c echo\|set /p=%USERPROFILE%)/.kube” ~/.kube

        shared knowledge can really be cool, it becomes a reusable command for any links. Thanks a lot for the cmd part (will be reading the final part now)

  2. So just a note if you are doing this all via PowerShell Command line that different flavors of Linux Subsystems can be run so keep in mind, whether you prefer Debian, Ubuntu, Kali or openSUSE

    • Howard

      Draft does not appear to be supported and no longer works with Helm;
      Helm has removed Tiller causing Draft to throw errors related to Tiller….

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