How to Install a Linux Server on a Windows Server 2016

With Windows Server 2012 being retired in December 2016, Microsoft is finally bringing back the desktop version of its Internet Explorer 10 operating system.

The new operating system will allow Windows Server admins to install their own Windows 10-based web applications, while also letting them run more robust Windows 10 applications on a local desktop.

If you’re running Windows 10 on a desktop server, however, you’re still likely going to need a Linux server for the time being.

That’s because Linux servers are still not officially supported on Windows Server, meaning you’re not going to be able to use Linux to host a server.

That said, there are a couple of solutions that can be built for a Linux desktop that you can install without having to install anything on a server yourself.

If your desktop server is older than Windows Server 2008, you can use a Linux distribution like Ubuntu or Debian.

Linux servers can also be built using an older operating system that supports WebKit and the latest Windows APIs, like Windows Server 2015.

While it’s true that Microsoft is rolling out new features in Windows Server that aren’t in Windows 10 for desktop, it is still important to use a desktop Linux server in case your existing desktop OS isn’t supported.

While we’ve been talking about Linux desktop Linux servers, there’s a couple more solutions that we’re going to cover later in this guide.


Docker Web Server for Linux Docker is a Linux-based, Docker-based platform for building, managing, and running applications on Linux systems.

The first version of Docker for Linux was released in December 2017.

Today, the Docker team has expanded its Docker-hosted version of Windows 10 to support Linux, with a new Docker Web Client, and the first Docker Compose Server for Windows 10.

For the time-sensitive Linux needs, there is a new version of the Docker Composed Shell available for Linux as well.

The Docker Compost Server for Android is also now available.

The Composed shell is a Windows app that will manage and build your Docker containers.

If the Composed application isn’t available, the Compost app will run.

To use the Compose shell on Linux, you’ll need to install Docker on the system.

To install Docker, open the Docker Web Console, and follow the instructions.

After that, you will need to download and install the Docker Linux image and then create a new Linux container.

You’ll be prompted to create a Linux container that you’ll be using to host your application.

If all goes well, you should see a Docker container in the Composes tab of the console.

If there is no container, the container is missing, but you’ll still see it in the Docker tab.

If that’s the case, follow the next steps.

When you’re ready, the next step is to deploy your application on the Composed container.

On your Android device, go to Settings > Applications > Compose and select your Docker Composes.

Next, go back to your Docker Web console and click the Deploy button.

This will deploy your container on the Linux container you created.

To run your application locally, go into the CompOSed container, select the application you want to run locally, and then click Run.

In this tutorial, we’re installing the Docker web server on Ubuntu, but this can be done on any Linux distro that supports Docker.

To test the web server running locally, click the Start button to see the browser in the browser tab, and you should get the following prompt: Enter the IP address of the Composer you want running.

Enter the port that you want the application to run on.

Click the Start Button.

Next to your web server’s IP address is the name of your application, followed by the application name.

Next is the port for the application.

Finally, you are presented with the application’s URL, which is the application URL.

The next steps are for the Compote server to start and to deploy the application locally.

To start the Composo server, open your Compose Console, click on Start, and select Compose from the list of applications.

Next you should be presented with a Welcome to Composo Web Server prompt.

Enter your Composo username and password, and click Next.

Next comes a new Welcome to Web Server window that lists the server and all your Composers that you are currently running.

You should see an error message about a web server that you don’t have access to.

Click on Continue to start the web application.

To deploy your web application to the Composen server, click Start, select Composer from the menu, and choose New Composer from the Compoose menu.

In the Compozer window that opens, choose the Composser you want, and type the name you want your application to have.

The application will be installed in the specified directory.

Click Continue to deploy.

On the CompoServers tab, you may