Incus Windows Client 0.5

@stgraber Stéphane, I was creating a tutorial for the Incus Windows Client.

I installed the client via winget and the install version is 0.5.

I notice that:

incus shell c1

is not a valid command. However:

incus exec c1 bash

does work. Just thought I would pass along this issue.

Yeah, the alias mechanism is incompatible with Windows as it relies on Linux-specific process re-exec.

Do we expect this to be resolved in a future release of the Windows Incus client?

It’s possible but we’d need to do some poking on Windows to find the best way to handle this kind of re-exec logic (avoiding loops and the like).