When I open a terminal within vs code I see this :
roelof@DESKTOP-6H677GO:~/exercism/rust/hello-world$ cargo Command 'cargo' not found, but can be installed with: sudo apt install cargo
but when I open the ubuntu terminal on Windows 10 I see this :
roelof@DESKTOP-6H677GO:~/exercism/rust/hello-world$ cargo Rust's package manager USAGE: cargo [OPTIONS] [SUBCOMMAND] OPTIONS: -V, --version Print version info and exit --list List installed commands --explain <CODE> Run `rustc --explain CODE` -v, --verbose Use verbose output (-vv very verbose/build.rs output) -q, --quiet No output printed to stdout --color <WHEN> Coloring: auto, always, never --frozen Require Cargo.lock and cache are up to date --locked Require Cargo.lock is up to date --offline Run without accessing the network -Z <FLAG>... Unstable (nightly-only) flags to Cargo, see 'cargo -Z help' for details -h, --help Prints help information Some common cargo commands are (see all commands with --list): build Compile the current package check Analyze the current package and report errors, but don't build object files clean Remove the target directory doc Build this package's and its dependencies' documentation new Create a new cargo package init Create a new cargo package in an existing directory run Run a binary or example of the local package test Run the tests bench Run the benchmarks update Update dependencies listed in Cargo.lock search Search registry for crates publish Package and upload this package to the registry install Install a Rust binary. Default location is $HOME/.cargo/bin uninstall Uninstall a Rust binary See 'cargo help <command>' for more information on a specific command. roelof@DESKTOP-6H677GO:~/exercism/rust/hello-world$
how can I solve this ?