I’ve been working using Linux Subsystem for Windows (LSW, installable via Windows Apps - Features), it runs Ubuntu 18.03 at the moment. Unfortunately no graphics on that, but you can use VcxSrv to run an X server on Windows. There you can run your any terminal you want, and possibly even a DM.
Dunno what’s wrong with LSW but building stuff takes ages, looks like forking is horribly slow.
I’ve been running SSH on multiple servers with non-standard ports for years. Yet, I rarely, if ever, get failed login attempts. Is this really a thing?
Worked for me for a long time, but they’ve found me now :’(
Just tested brotli: 100MB becomes 1341 bytes :D Now let’s hope the skiddies can deal with compression: br