I activated developer mode and also the BASH kernel, so now I can use Linux functionality (with some limits, mostly related to permissions) on my Windows machine.
when I open a bash session and type:
cd / && ls -l
I get a list of folders, one being
/mnt. Inside of
mnt there is a folder called
c. This is the "C" drive and I can traverse there for operations.
My question is, bash knows the windows environment, but where is the bash files like
/etc located on my windows machine? I.e. what path? Or are they a binary object file that is not accessible? Knowing this would be very helpful. Thanks.