How to put Linux to develop on the platform .NET Core?

Decided to switch to Linux with Windows 8.1. The computer is only used for platform development .NET Core, web browsing and working in several programs such as Word, Excel. But in the future I will use Unity3d. Here I think, which distribution is optimal for these tasks + to all, so it was easy to understand girl?
April 4th 20 at 00:38
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April 4th 20 at 00:40
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Windows 10 + WSL
April 4th 20 at 00:42
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Windows 10
April 4th 20 at 00:44
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Windows 10
April 4th 20 at 00:46
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Like everyone else
W10 + WSL , though .net was originally for win, I don't think much direct gone somewhere. (well, except for .core)
so Core on Ubuntu works fine. The problems experienced. The only negative is the IDE. VS 2019 to deliver. Code VS after VS not. - bernadette_Padberg commented on April 4th 20 at 00:49
@bernadette_Padberg, works - technically. Development - no. - Letha.Kovacek98 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:52
@bernadette_Padberg, So win10 =)
He has this and that ... and direct mega pluses of UBA not found =) - Dewitt commented on April 4th 20 at 00:55
@Dewitt, a lot of pluses. Such as life without viruses, economical consumption of resources, more drastic work in the terminal. Everything can be done through the terminal. - bernadette_Padberg commented on April 4th 20 at 00:58
@bernadette_Padberg, Yes, I have many live with w10, virus and not seen. The terminal in General here is excellent, and the GUI I like more =)
If it is necessary, went to WSL did. If you need something to test *nix development, it is easier to take the VM for 200p per month and no steam.
This is my personal opinion.
About resources...well kind of, they are now very cheap =) - Dewitt commented on April 4th 20 at 01:01
@bernadette_Padberg, if not pirates torrents software, the viruses will never see it - lionel17 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:04
@Dewitt, then what build of win10 will recommend and what settings are to be done after installation? - bernadette_Padberg commented on April 4th 20 at 01:07
@bernadette_Padberg, normal, stable Pro. Settings default..Just put the WSL and start working. - Dewitt commented on April 4th 20 at 01:10
@Dewitt, but what about the notorious tracking of Windows and merging the information in the Borg? - bernadette_Padberg commented on April 4th 20 at 01:13
April 4th 20 at 00:48
Question marked, but will contribute my two cents. Net Core, cross-platform environment, and no matter what OS you write. I wrote the app on Win10 and compiled it for Ubuntu and poured on a virtual server. The question here is where are you going to write that under Linux that under Win, there is a VS Code if you want full VS, the Win only. But, again, where you would not have written, can be collected under any platform.
April 4th 20 at 00:50
about вынь10+wsl in General true ))
but 'if the computer is not the most powerful' || 'if you really want Linux'

I would recommend family *buntu:
the easiest resolved issues with the graphics drivers
- кодакfми
programs all sorts of SPO (a habit which may be long to leave. is rar, far more precisely, his clone far2l, skype, telegram)
- in fairness - all of them are solvable and in other distributions, but you will also have to develop much more new, there is hozyaistve ))

there are still mint:
popular, according to what is pleasing to the eye, and also the responsiveness of Ubuntu close their utilities
but based on Ubuntu LTS and it suits only very patient (cycle updates the underlying Fund FOR 2 years)
personal - really annoys me the need to etch their branding from FF, and to put up with it I can not ))

back to *buntu:
- strongly recommend Ubuntu 1910, many non-stall, for me it is any more stable than a house of cards
- personal - I can't stand light tables xfce, lxde, lxqt. for me they are all "red-eye". I need it to be really nice, definitely large fonts (in KDE it is called dpi to 120), dark themes, and that would have GTK and QT programs, all generations, looked in the same style. and "night light" in Idel out of the box, or at least stable plugin.. and then manually configuring redshift pretty quickly turns into dolgoprudy and acasti even interesting process. but nordco quick and easy
- many people think a good choice Ubuntu LTS 1804, but I have expressed a personal opinion above about the update cycle

as a result, for many years, at least in the virtual, at least in physics, my favorite is Kubuntu. even I think that is not bad mastered ))

ps looked up the comments.. the word development.. Visual Studio Community - free and the best tool for any .net
but many professionals prefer the VS Code for legkovesnosti. this is also a free tool. but also cross-platform. and possibly pretended the champion in the number of supported languages (also extension) I think the best choice in Linux

but if an adult the Studio - and it is preferable for the beginner. the only Windows )))
April 4th 20 at 00:52
I work on Ubuntu. As IDE use Rider from JetBains. On Windows too, it moved.
April 4th 20 at 00:54
Do you like BDSM - Bertram_Dibbert commented on April 4th 20 at 00:57
by the way, Yes, hurry back to the wind put ;) - Sammy.Brown commented on April 4th 20 at 01:00
April 4th 20 at 00:56
Alternatively to the above, I want to recommend the Ubuntu (or equivalent with another DE to taste), and IDE - Rider from Jetbrains. There is a trial for 30 days, but if you put the EAP or Nightly build (which is enabled with two clicks in a convenient launcher Toolbox obtained from the same site Jetbrains, which sets and updates all environment from the developer (they are all fantastically comfortable)).
Unity support Rider with off. plug-in, but how it actually works - I can not say.
Work on Ubuntu + rider for the third year, the Windows open just to play wind already seems unbearably awkward )
April 4th 20 at 00:58
If you have time and the right hardware (intel), try a Hackintosh. Not Linux of course, but if you like MacOS, you can to this poppy will grow. He worked hard in the wind, a lot of time put Linux, but after the MacBook even to your MSI put the Makos and worked on it for 4 months. You can consider the Makos Linux with user-friendly interface Windows.
Plus native MS office in Linux is not yet in sight. And the coolest part is iTerm!!!

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