Although Virtualenv is available on both Linux and Windows, there are some differences that you may find useful to understand.
Is there a difference to creating virtualenvs?
No, creating virtualenvs in Windows and Linux is exactly the same.
Can I use the same venv folder on both systems?
No. You will need to create 2 separate virtual environments. I suggest creating folders named
Do I activate the venvs in the same way?
No, but you CAN activate, and the differences are subtle. After creating the virtualenv, follow these steps:
Navigate to Scripts within the venv root. Type activate to use your venv in the current prompt
$ source linvenv/bin/activate
In the terminal, type source followed by the path to /bin/activate within the viretualenv folder