Ubuntu Install

Command line terminal where the magic happens. It’s perfect for file management, development, remote administration and a thousand other tasks.

The Ubuntu terminal for Windows has many of the same features you’ll find using the terminal on Ubuntu:

  • Unrivalled breadth of packages, updates and security features
  • Bash, Z-Shell, Korn and other shell environments without virtual machines or dual-booting
  • Run native tools such as SSH, git, apt and dpkg directly from your Windows computer

You will need a x86 PC running Windows 10. Windows 10 needs to be updated to include the Windows 10 Fall Creators update, released October 2017. This update includes the Windows Subsystem for Linux which is needed to run the Ubuntu terminal.

Enable WSL through PowerShell or Control Panel

PowerShell: To enable WSL 1 on Windows 10 Fall Creators update and newer run the following in PowerShell as Administrator:

dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux /all /norestart

To enable WSL 2 on Windows 10 May 2020 update and newer run the following in PowerShell as Administrator:

dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:VirtualMachinePlatform /all /norestart

and then restart Windows 10.

Install Lunix Subsystem. Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features.


Control Panel:Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features.

  • Turn Windows features on or off.
  • Tick Windows Subsystem for Lunix.
  • This will take a few moments to load.
  • You will have to restart you computer once installed.


Ubuntu can be installed from the Microsoft Store:

  1. Use the Start menu to launch the Microsoft Store application or click here.
  2. Search for Ubuntu and select the first result, ‘Ubuntu’, published by Canonical Group Limited.
  3. Click on the Install button.

Ubuntu will be downloaded and installed automatically. Progress will be reported within the Microsoft Store application.

Ubuntu can now be launched in the same way as any other Windows 10 application, such as searching for and selecting Ubuntu in the Start menu.

First launch

When launched for the first time, Ubuntu will inform you that it’s ‘Installing’ and you’ll need to wait a few moments.


When complete, you’ll be asked for a username and password specific to your Ubuntu installation. These don’t need to be the same as your Windows 10 credentials. With this step complete, you’ll find yourself at the Ubuntu bash command line.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed and activated the Ubuntu terminal on Windows 10. You now have all the power of the command line at your fingertips.

Ok Now you have install Ubuntu it is time to update, install repositories,  Python, Moduels and get scripts to run.

  • Update Ubuntu – sudo apt-get update
  • Install Repositories (This will take a while only has to be done once) – sudo apt-get install build-essential openssl git make autotools-dev libimobiledevice-dev libplist-dev libusbmuxd-dev libssl-dev zlib1g-dev libgmp-dev libgmp3-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libtool autoconf dh-autoreconf automake pkg-config libgtk-3-dev libjansson-dev libboost-all-dev libsparsehash-dev
  • Install Python – sudo apt install python
  • Install Pip – sudo apt-get install python3-setuptools python3-pip
  • Python Required – sudo apt-get install python3-pyqt5 libsecp256k1-0 python3-cryptography
  • Install Moudles – sudo pip3 install python-bitcoinlib
  • Install Moudles – sudo python3 -m pip install crypto bit termux base58 utils ecdsa bitcoin fastecdsa colorama
  • Get Your Scripts –  These are a few examples –
  • (Brainflayer by Ryan Castellucci) – git clone https://github.com/ryancdotorg/brainflayer.git
  • (TheRealLordFractal Bip39 Super Fast Generator) – git clone https://github.com/TheRealLordFractal/Bip39Generator.git